Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers
They want the federal government to bar new pipelines and slowly wind down production in the oil sector.
The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers released its election wish list on Monday.
Trident is abandoning 4,392 licensed wells, pipelines and other facilities.
CAPP CEO says the election of Donald Trump adds pressure to Canada to clear regulatory hurdles blocking new projects.
Biggest two-year drop on record, says Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers.
Traditional markets are being supplied by new, abundant sources of shale gas.
G7 leaders aiming for a non-carbon economy by end of the century.
CAPP sees the plan as a framework, but the rates need more work.
Pembina Institute wants regulators to consider climate impacts during hearings.
TransCanada rebutts latest salvo from the rocker that Keystone oil would go to “dirtiest” country on earth (China).
Compares oil sands landscape to Hiroshima.
The Canadian Pipeline Technology Collaborative hopes to make Canada’s pipeline system safer and more efficient.
Current pipeline capacity is not sufficient, and producers have extra product with no way to ship it, CAPP says.
Controversial pipeline wouldn’t be operational until 2018 if it’s approved.
Enbridge is the first to presenter for the pipeline from Alberta to BC’s coast.