WEBINAR: The pathway to sustainability

This episode features the introductory presentation in our final episodes on decarbonization – Pathway to energy, economic, and environmental sustainability by James Carter. He is also the Moderator for our final episodes. James is the former COO of Syncrude Canada and a graduate of Harvard Business School. The series was produced by KEI Network for…

Extra-low-emission Canadian LNG project gets green light

Natural gas is an absolutely critical part of any clean energy mix

Extra-low-emission Canadian LNG project gets green lightThe future looks brighter for Canada’s emerging liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry. A second project, Woodfibre LNG, has received the green light and a major expansion is being considered for the under-construction LNG Canada plant. It’s no surprise given the red-hot global market for LNG. Last year, LNG prices increased by 435 per cent compared…

Canada’s oil and gas workers don’t need a forced ‘just transition’

The sector will be critical to Canada, and the world, for decades to come

Canada’s oil and gas workers don’t need a forced ‘just transition’The idea of the need for a “just transition” for Canadian oil and gas workers is based on the false narrative that global demand is now decreasing and, therefore, Canada’s industry will no longer be profitable or essential in the very near future. This is not true. Oil and gas will continue to be critical…

WEBINAR: Emerging technologies that address climate change

Today's guest, Mark Summers, Chief Strategy Officer for Emissions Reduction Alberta, provides a number of examples of GHG emissions reduction projects underway. The series was produced by KEI Network for Troy Media. We welcome your comments below. Bios of our moderator and today’s guest: Eddy Isaacs Eddy Isaacs is the former CEO of Alberta Innovates…

With high inflation, capital gains are overtaxed even more

High inflation distorts the application of the capital gains taxes that many of us pay

With high inflation, capital gains are overtaxed even moreBy Valentin Petkantchin and Olivier Rancourt Montreal Economic Institute The 5.7 per cent year-on-year inflation Canada registered in February has not been seen since the early 1990s. Expansionary monetary policies and the economic sanctions accompanying the Russia-Ukraine war suggest that significant inflation is here for a while. High inflation not only erodes our purchasing power,…

Newfoundland and Labrador can grow as a trusted oil supplier to Europe

Already a steady supplier and can grow significantly if major projects get the go-ahead

Newfoundland and Labrador can grow as a trusted oil supplier to EuropeEurope needs new suppliers to get off Russian oil and maintain energy security in the long term. Newfoundland and Labrador’s offshore oil industry is already a steady supplier and can grow significantly if major projects get the go-ahead. “We have the potential certainly to be producing more,” says Paul Barnes, Atlantic Canada and Arctic director…

WEBINAR: Just what does Net-Zero even mean?

Today's guest, Oskar Sigvaldason, explains just what Net-Zero means and the continuing relevance of hydrocarbons for energy, while outlining the various changes required for transforming Canada's energy economy. The series was produced by KEI Network for Troy Media. We welcome your comments below. Bios of our moderator and today’s guest: Eddy Isaacs Eddy Isaacs is…

WEBINAR: Understanding the fundamentals of fission and fusion

Today's guest, Axel Meisen, explains nuclear fission and fusion, and the significant contributions each is expected to make for meeting the increasing global demand

Today's guest, Axel Meisen, explains nuclear fission and fusion, and the significant contributions each is expected to make for meeting the increasing global demand, and decarbonization, of energy in the long term. The series was produced by KEI Network for Troy Media. We welcome your comments below. Bios of our moderator and today’s guest: Eddy…

Western Canada continues to get shafted by Trudeau

Oil tankers off West coast are bad but drilling for oil off Newfoundland's coast is OK

Western Canada continues to get shafted by TrudeauWe all know politics is the art of the possible. Perfection isn’t for the real world. We aren’t surprised when tradeoffs and the occasional compromise creep into government policies. Nor do we require elected members of government, even at the ministerial level, to be experts in their portfolio areas, although we expect them to avail…