60,000 salmon fry released to restore B.C. populations

Coastal GasLink and Indigenous partners work together to revive depleted salmon stocks

60,000 salmon fry released to restore B.C. populations“When we talk about land, we say we belong to this territory. This land holds us, and we are nurtured from it.” These are the words of Aileen Prince, chief of the Nak’azdli Whut’en First Nation in northern B.C. near Fort St. James. Prince and her community have suffered numerous indignities over the years, including…

Trudeau is wrong. LNG development is feasible

Canada has to step up to the plate and help its allies

Trudeau is wrong. LNG development is feasibleGerman Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s recent visit to Atlantic Canada was an opportunity for a serious long-term strategy to address several different aims: European Union (EU) energy security, East Coast economic development, Canadian energy industry growth (and higher federal tax revenue), and the likely-alarmist crusade to lower carbon dioxide emissions. The result of his visit, unfortunately,…

Canada must begin to export green energy natural gas to Europe

Not to do so hurts us, our allies and the environment

Canada must begin to export green energy natural gas to EuropeGerman Chancellor Olaf Scholz recently completed a trip to Canada to discuss, among other things, Europe importing Canadian natural gas. With the invasion of Ukraine, and the sanctions that followed, Germany, which imported 55 per cent of its natural gas from Russia in 2021, has had to reopen some coal plants and has started looking…

The high cost of climate “justice” through lawfare

At a time of soaring energy costs, we need this type of legal activism like we need a hole in the head

The high cost of climate “justice” through lawfareThe anti-energy left has weaponized consumer protection laws in the United States to punish oil and gas companies simply for carrying out their core business. If their lawfare succeeds, there will be serious repercussions for the energy security of North America and the West. According to a recent PBS story, at least 20 cities and…

Iran nuclear deal a critical piece of oil market’s future

U.S. President Joe Biden desperately needs lower prices at American gas stations, especially in a mid-term election year

Iran nuclear deal a critical piece of oil market’s futureSpeculation is growing about a deal between the United States and Iran reviving the stalled nuclear agreement, letting additional Iranian crude oil enter the markets. But efforts to sabotage the agreement are apparent. The return of Iranian crude is important to the United States for various reasons. U.S. President Joe Biden needs lower prices at…

Trudeau is wrong about the viability of LNG

Growing LNG exports is in Canada’s and our allies' best interest

Trudeau is wrong about the viability of LNGPrime Minister Justin Trudeau isn’t optimistic about liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports to Europe because he says there’s no business case. Even though the chancellor of Germany just came to Canada asking for LNG to help fill the five new import terminals it’s building. And even though companies are ready to invest, if given the…

It is time to revisit resource corridors

They could be the catalyst to finally getting something done in Canada

It is time to revisit resource corridorsOne of the best ideas that has gone nowhere is the creation of resource corridors for long-distance transportation infrastructure using routes where land-use and development issues are resolved in advance. Historically, the path of transportation infrastructures like railroads, highways, power lines and pipelines has been “map and ruler,” a straight line at the lowest cost.…

Crude oil prices dampening but market uncertainty remains

Weaker-than-expected demand growth means the oil market is likely to remain in surplus into early next year, say analysts

Crude oil prices dampening but market uncertainty remainsOil markets were under considerable pressure last week. Both Brent and U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil prices fell, with Brent futures settling at US$96.72 and WTI ending at US$90.77 per barrel. Both benchmarks fell about 1.5 per cent on the week, as future contract values dropped to their lowest level in seven months…