B.C., Kitselas First Nation strengthen LNG partnership

The British Columbia government and the Kitselas First Nation have reached new agreements to ensure the nation receives direct benefits from the construction and operation of liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facilities on B.C.’s north coast. The agreements provide benefits to the Kitselas First Nation based on specific steps in the development of a coastal […]

2017 to be a pivotal year as Canada’s oil and gas industry strives for recovery and growth

Today we released our latest report, Labour Market Outlook 2017 to 2021 for Canada’s Oil and Gas Industry. The report provides labour market projections for the industry based on two scenarios, one if oil prices stabilize well above US$50 per barrel (/bbl) through 2017 and beyond, and one if oil prices retreat well below US$50/bbl. “The […]

Pipeline investment: An important priority

By Robin Rorick North American pipeline capacity is in the spotlight after a decade of surging oil and natural gas production in the United States and Canada. While the most famous pipeline, Keystone XL, is one that hasn’t been constructed, the tens of thousands of miles of pipelines transporting oil and natural gas every day […]