energy policy

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Canada must come back down to ‘energy’ reality

Canadian governments have worked to keep oil and gas resources locked in the ground.


10:29AM
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‘Net-zero’ electricity policies promise high costs, scant benefits

The costs of rare materials needed to create wind turbines and solar panels have risen steadily.


9:25AM
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Red tape continues to hurt investment in Alberta’s energy sector

Ottawa's hard cap on greenhouse gas emissions in the oil and gas sector will only make matters worse.


9:19AM
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Red tape continues to hamper Canadian energy industry

Global oil and gas demand will continue to grow, driven by population and economic growth.


11:52AM
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Trudeau’s emissions cap reminds westerns of his father’s National Energy Program

There’s scant evidence the carbon tax has helped reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


10:44AM
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Biden’s plea to OPEC+ undermines his own climate policies

The president revoked the permit for Keystone XL, which would have brought 830,000 barrels per day of Albertan oil to the United States.


10:55AM
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Trudeau climate plan more fairy tale than science

According to Ottawa's new rules, energy and transportation projects must show “net-zero” emissions by 2050.


11:26AM
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Ottawa introduces new rules for energy sector at worst possible time

Bill C-69 overhauled the entire environmental assessment of major projects and made the regulatory system more complex.


8:51AM
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Trudeau government energy policies making jobs and investment disappear

Investment in the energy sector could shrink by an additional 40 per cent this year.


9:08AM
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Trudeau government should make Canada’s energy sector attractive again

Eighty per cent of respondents indicated that uncertainty around environmental regulations in Alberta was a deterrent to investment compared to only 9 per cent for Texas.