Plan is to curb emissions, boost efficiency and expand renewable energy.
A University of Calgary report warns that the Canadian economy will lose out if oil sands crude remains landlocked because new pipeline capacity isn’t built to coastal waters.
You’d think by the amount of global bad press and delusional opposition directed at Alberta and its oil sands that the development of these massive energy reserves is primarily responsible for the rising temperatures plaguing our poor planet.
Canada needs to have credible data to defend itself from international criticism of its energy and environmental policy, says a former federal environment minister.
With the escalating uproar among citizens and would-be revolutionaries in the Middle East and Libya, Alberta’s so-called “dirty oil” should be looking a great deal more attractive to America these days.
US President Barack Obama has called for a one-third reduction in American oil imports by 2025, describing Canada as one of his country’s energy partners.