The oil and gas industry has been reducing the impacts of oil sands extraction for decades.

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Setting the record straight on the day’s top anti-oil and gas media stories

ACTIVIST CLAIM: Greenpeace Canada recycles debunked activists talking points in blog about Alberta’s oil sands.

THE FACTS:  The oil and gas industry has been reducing the impacts of oil sands extraction for decades.

THE SOURCES:

Everything you need to know about the tar sands and how they impact you


Here are some facts and sources to have a reasoned conversation about Canada’s Oil Sands.


Stories that get it right

Column: Musings from the annual Canadian Energy Executive Association business conference

Cory Morgan of Suits and Boots describes his experience at the return of the Canadian Energy Executive Association annual business forum in Banff. Going in expecting C-Suite jargon and half-cut promises, he was pleasantly surprised at the progress the industry has made. Instead of shying away from emissions issues and sometimes complicated but very necessary relationships with Indigenous groups, the industry is set on tackling them head-on.

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