natural gas

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Energy exports continue to fuel the Canadian economy

Oil, natural gas, and other fossil fuel products dominate Canadian energy exports—and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.

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New Brunswick’s natural gas opportunity—separating fact from fiction

With a “moderate” level of development, the province projects $21 billion in investment over 20 years.

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Natural gas key to withstanding winter and Ottawa’s assault

Gas and coal produced nearly 90 per cent of the province's electricity.

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Ottawa should refocus on Canada’s largest trading partner

The dominance of the U.S. in Canada’s international trade flows reflects the importance of physical distance on trade patterns.

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Canadians face European-style energy crisis unless policymakers change course

The surge in energy prices forced the continent to revert to coal, a power source that emits 50 per cent more greenhouse gas than natural gas.

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Ottawa denies natural gas to another trading partner and perpetuates fictitious agenda

The pursuit of a rapid energy transition is causing massive environmental degradation.

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Ottawa’s opposition to natural gas hurting Canadians and the world

It’s not too late for Canada to reconsider its stance on natural gas production, distribution, consumption and trade.

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Pursue natural gas in Atlantic region

Atlantic Canada has the potential to alleviate Europe’s natural gas shortfall while generating investment and jobs here at home.