In case the message was missed in August, when Chancellor Olaf Scholz returned to Germany without the LNG he had sought, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said again that Canada is no fossil fuel warehouse for deliveries on demand. At the National Arts Centre in Ottawa this week, Trudeau only gave Scholz a promise to work…
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Pipeline capacity shortages, supply backlogs and competition in the United States will add up to poor prices and hard times in 2019 for Canadian natural gas and oil, industry service firms predicted.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau failed Wednesday to revive a pipeline construction alliance with Alberta that the province’s government shelved after a court verdict last week sided with native protesters to halt the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (TMEP).
Canada’s vast oil and natural gas resources would be foolish to ignore, but they can successfully be developed even as society works toward reducing carbon emissions and building a renewables arsenal, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday night in Houston.
Canada cannot ignore its huge oil and natural gas resources, but energy security can be achieved while also reducing carbon emissions, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday night in Houston.
The Liberal government in Ottawa opened doors Tuesday to growth by Canada’s biggest natural gas consumers, Alberta oilsands plants, by approving 970,000 b/d of capacity additions for export pipelines to the United States and overseas.