SecondStreet.org spoke with Roy Green about our new research, which shows that Canada could displace about half of Russia’s oil and gas sales over the next decade.
Category: Energy & Resource Development
SecondStreet.org spoke with Stirling Faux about our new research that shows Canada could displace about half of Russia’s oil and gas sales.
SecondStreet.org’s Colin Craig spoke with The News Forum about our new research which shows that Canada could displace about half of Russian oil and gas over the next decade.
We released new analysis that examines just how much
of Russia’s oil and natural gas exports Canada could displace.
Over the long term, we could replace about half of Russian energy.
Much of Putin’s war effort is being paid for by Russia’s oil and gas sales to the rest of the world.
Our new policy brief demonstrates how Canada could steal Putin’s customers and help defund his war machine by developing and exporting our own energy.
Our Colin Craig writes in the Financial Post that Canadians overwhelmingly support developing our oil and gas so the world doesn’t have to rely on Russia.
There’s been a lot of debate over the environmental impacts of different energy sources, and while competition between different types of energy is a good thing, it seems that some tend to get a free pass without much scrutiny.
Our Dom Lucyk goes over why wind power isn’t as consequence-free as many green activists say it is.
A new Leger poll conducted for SecondStreet.org shows 72% of Canadians think our country should export more oil and gas so the world can stop buying from Russia.
Bob Merasty with the Indigenous Resource Network sat down with SecondStreet.org to talk about how developing natural resources helps First Nations.
Celebrities say the dumbest things, particularly about climate change. So why don’t they face more pushback?
New research – commissioned by SecondStreet.org – shows that 78% of Canadians support the idea of Canada developing more oil and natural gas.
Our new policy brief discusses how Canada can stop funding Russia’s war machine by producing and exporting our own oil and gas.