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Trans Mountain Expansion will help fund Canada’s future clean economy while creating thousands of well-paying jobs

Today, the Honourable Bob Nault, Member of Parliament (Kenora Riding), released the following statement regarding the approval of the Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX) pipeline.


More People Have Access to Electricity Than Ever Before, but World Is Falling Short of Sustainable Energy Goals

Despite significant progress in recent years, the world is falling short of meeting the global energy targets set in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) for 2030.


New Boundary Technologies and Eurotech to Present Customer Success Stories at Internet of Things World 2019

Presentations will demonstrate how New Boundary Technologies RemoteAware™ and Eurotech’s Everyware IoT™ platform work together to solve IoT challenges for equipment manufacturer and oil & gas customers.


IQM Education To Launch Digital Transformation Education Programs For The Energy Industry

IQM Education secures partnership with education tech startup Next Decentrum and an exclusive licence for developing premium education content focused on the energy industry.


Pollution Probe and QUEST Release New Report on Canada’s Energy Transformation

Pollution Probe and QUEST announce new report, Canada’s Energy Transformation – Evolution or Revolution? - a discussion paper for policymakers, utilities, regulators and key stakeholders on managing risk and creating opportunities as we build low-emission energy systems. The report was made possible thanks to the support of Natural Resources Canada.


Journeyman to Help Tell the Next Chapter of the Single Largest Private Sector Investment Project in Canadian History

Canadian Video Content Agency Partners with LNG Canada on Liquefied Natural Gas Story with Global Impact


New Alliance Optimizes Asset Management Using UAV Technology

DCL Rigging & Mooring ( DCL ) and Aerostar UAV Solutions Inc . have created an alliance to shake up traditional Asset Management and Inspection Services Markets in North America. Together they intend to dramatically lower the cost of conducting surveys and inspections by utilizing advanced, multiple-imaging sensors and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV's).


STARTEC COMPRESSION & PROCESS APPOINTS NEW PRESIDENT

Kristi Cawthorn, CEO of Startec Compression and Process is pleased to announce the appointment of Keith Nutting as President.


City of Kingston now installing public electric vehicle charging

The City of Kingston is now installing 48 public electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at 21 locations, making it easier than ever to be an EV driver in Kingston.


IPTZ1016 - First Substation Hardened PTZ Camera

IPTZ1016 is the first substation hardened Pan Tilt Zoom (PTZ) camera designed to withstand the harsh conditions of electrical substations, providing complete visibility of critical assets and operations.


Thousands across Canada to gather, wearing red, at 100 MP offices to demand cancellation of Kinder Morgan buyout

Multiple locations – Today, people across Canada will gather at 100 MP offices, including Prime Minister Trudeau and Ministers Carr, McKenna and Morneau, to demand the federal government cancel its plans to buy the Kinder Morgan pipeline with taxpayers' money.


Diario Oficial de la Federación publica las Disposiciones que regulan la Evaluación de Impacto Social en el Sector Energético

gmi Consulting comparte a la opinión pública, los elementos más relevantes que deberán de cumplir las Evaluaciones de Impacto Social (EVIS) a partir de ahora.


KINDER MORGAN TRANS MOUNTAIN EXPANSION FIASCO

We were not surprised to hear the news today that an American pipeline with a limited future through a hostile environment of southern BC has been purchased by this Liberal Government determined to do something that the previous government was not able to do.


GEM Windows wins ENERGY STAR award

One of Canada's oldest continuous window and door companies is recognized by NRCan's ENERGY STAR program. The release contains a condensed history of the 57 year old company and details of why it received the award, including a statement from Federal Minister Jim Carr.


Lethbridge aiming for greater energy efficiency with new technology, a first in Western Canada

Lethbridge is the first community in Western Canada to introduce new technology aimed at improving the energy efficiency of its electric distribution grid that delivers power to customers throughout the city.


Chambers join forces to push Feds and B.C. to get Trans Mountain built

A coalition of 24 Chambers of Commerce and Boards of Trade are calling on the federal government and the government of B.C. to clear all barriers to getting the federally approved Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project built.


Marine & Energy Symposium of the Americas 2018

This media release provides important information about the upcoming, inaugural edition of the Marine & Energy Symposium of the Americas 2018, which takes place on April 18-20, 2018 at The Omni King Edward Hotel in Toronto, Canada.

Of particular interest to professionals in the marine and energy sectors, the symposium features a high-powered roster of speakers, panel discussions and networking events. Welcome to MESA 2018!


Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico awards GMI Consulting as the most innovative company in 2018

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico (CANCHAM) awarded GMI Consulting with the "CANCHAM Outstanding Business Awards (COBA) 2018" as the most innovative company in Mexico for establishing a brand-new approach to accomplish project's social management and Social Impact Assessment studies in México.


Truth and facts must prevail in Trans Mountain discussion: Weaver

Andrew Weaver, leader of the B.C. Green Party, is calling for politicians to hold themselves to a higher standard of facts and evidence in discussions around the Trans Mountain pipeline.


Canadian and U.S. companies team up to drive commercialization of ground-breaking clean-tech technology for industrial applications

Canadian and U.S. clean-tech companies today announced an agreement to commercialize a new technology for carbon capture, natural gas processing, gas purification, indoor air quality and other applications.


Who Cares About Kinder Morgan’s Pipeline Battle?

Email received this morning: "David, Make sure you help us get the word out there so even more people know about this historic moment. Let's stand together to protect the land, water, and climate."


Coal demand to remain flat to 2022, resulting in a decade of stagnation

Global demand for coal should remain nearly flat between 2017 and 2022, resulting in a decade of stagnation for coal consumption, according to the International Energy Agency's annual coal market report.


Denmark is moving convincingly on decarbonisation

IEA's energy policy review focuses on challenges and opportunities from the growing share of wind power for the Danish electricity and heating sectors.



Universal energy access by 2030 is now within reach thanks to growing political will and falling costs, IEA report says

A new and detailed analysis from the International Energy Agency finds that the most cost-effective strategy for providing universal access to electricity and clean-cooking facilities in developing countries is compatible with meeting global climate goals, and prevents millions of premature deaths each year. It would also benefit women the most, as it would free up billions of hours currently lost to gathering fuelwood.


Market flexibility is improving thanks to LNG and markets currently well supplied, but gas security remains a concern

While gas markets are currently well supplied, the transformation of natural gas markets from regional systems to more globalised and interdependent markets is creating new security challenges, according to the International Energy Agency's latest assessment of global gas security.


Solar PV grew faster than any other fuel in 2016, opening a new era for solar power

New solar PV capacity grew by 50% last year, with China accounting for almost half of the global expansion, according to the International Energy Agency's latest renewables market analysis and forecast. For the first time, solar PV additions rose faster than any other fuel, surpassing the net growth in coal.


Improving your Oil Production/Reservoir Report

Lifeview Petroleum Inc. update to Prairiedale PRTISP Enhanced Oil Recovery Pilot Program and the announcement of Dr. Hamid Lashgari, Team Lead Reservoir Engineering and PRTISP modeling program now available.


Octant Energy Corp. Announces Results of Shareholders Meeting and Details of Capital Reduction and Dissolution

Octant Energy Corp. announces results of annual shareholder meeting and provides details of capital reduction and dissolution.


Canadian Patent Issued

Method and System for Methane Separation and purification from a Biogas


Court Delivers Major Setback for TransCanada’s LNG Pipeline to PNW LNG

Petronas' massive LNG export proposal on Lelu Island faces a constitutional law obstacle. The Federal Court of Appeal today set aside a National Energy Board (NEB) decision regarding the provincially approved Prince Rupert Gas Transmission pipeline proposal and sent the matter back to the NEB for re-determination. The 900-kilometre PRGT pipeline would move gas from north-eastern BC to the proposed Pacific NorthWest LNG export terminal near Prince Rupert.


Solight Canada Launches !!

Solight Canada is pleased to announce that it is "Open for Business" in order to support the global effort to bring Light to those who need it the most, via their unique line of "flatpackable" solar lanterns, which fold up origami style.

Not only does Solight Canada support the global aims of the original Solight Project globally, but is now also their official national distributor, throughout Canada.

Plus, as its 1st truly Canadian product, Solight Canada is proud to celebrate Canada 150 with the unveiling of the "Canada 150 - Special Edition" SolarPuff, proudly featuring our Nation's Flag.

Canada, providing light, everywhere.


IEA sees global gas demand rising to 2022 as US drives market transformation

The global natural gas market is undergoing a major transformation driven by new supplies coming from the United States to meet growing demand in developing economies and as industry surpasses the power sector as the largest source of gas demand growth, according to the IEA's latest market analysis and five-year forecast on natural gas.


Global energy investment fell for a second-year in 2016 as oil and gas spending continues to drop

Global energy investment fell by 12% in 2016, the second consecutive year of decline, as increased spending on energy efficiency and electricity networks was more than offset by a continued drop in upstream oil and gas spending, according to the International Energy Agency's annual World Energy Investment report.


IEA and China host high-level gathering of energy ministers and industry leaders to affirm the importance of carbon capture

The energy ministers of Canada, China, Norway, and the United States, as well as heads of delegation from Australia and the European Commission, along with leaders from the industry and key organisations, were invited by the International Energy Agency and China to review how to increase collaboration in order to drive further deployment of carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS).


ETP 2017 maps major transformations in energy technologies over next decades

The global energy system is changing. More people are connecting to the grid as living standards improve around the world. Demand for consumer appliances and electronic devices is rising. New and innovative transportation technologies, such as electric vehicles and autonomous cars are also boosting power demand.


Norway contributes to global energy security, while seeking to decarbonise its energy supply

Norway manages its significant hydrocarbon resources and revenues in a sustainable way, and remains a reliable supplier of oil and gas, but Norway's government should prepare for a future with lower oil and gas revenues.


Global oil discoveries and new projects fell to historic lows in 2016

Global oil discoveries fell to a record low in 2016 as companies continued to cut spending and conventional oil projects sanctioned were at the lowest level in more than 70 years, according to the International Energy Agency, which warned that both trends could continue this year.


India joins IEA family, a major milestone for global energy governance

The International Energy Agency welcomed India as an Association country on Thursday, expanding its partnership for a more secure and sustainable energy future with the world's third-largest energy consumer.


The 'time machine’ that replicates 3 years of weather in 3 days

Concordia and Berkeley researchers set a new cost-saving industry standard for cool-roof testing.


NU-NRG SHOWCASES SMARTFLOWER SOLAR SYSTEM FOR THE FIRST TIME AT THE SPRING COTTAGE LIFE SHOW 2017

Smartflower is the first all-in-one plug-and-play solar system in Canada.


IEA finds CO2 emissions flat for third straight year even as global economy grew in 2016

Global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions were flat for a third straight year in 2016 even as the global economy grew, according to the International Energy Agency, signaling a continuing decoupling of emissions and economic activity. This was the result of growing renewable power generation, switches from coal to natural gas, improvements in energy efficiency, as well as structural changes in the global economy.


Global oil supply to lag demand after 2020 unless new investments are approved soon

Global oil supply could struggle to keep pace with demand after 2020, risking a sharp increase in prices, unless new projects are approved soon, according to the latest five-year oil market forecast from the International Energy Agency.


New Zealand can play leading role in smart energy systems, says new IEA report

New Zealand has long been a global leader in developing effective energy markets, renewable energy and establishing robust policies for electricity security, linked to its unique natural resource base and geography.


IEA urges Poland to clean up its energy sector while balancing energy security, environment and affordability requirements

Poland's new energy strategy should put the country on a pathway towards a cleaner energy system while strengthening energy security, the International Energy Agency said in its latest review of the country's energy policies.


New Research Partnership to Shed Light on Aboriginal Business Views of Bioenergy Development

The University of Winnipeg's (UW) Centre for Forest Interdisciplinary Research (C-FIR), Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB), and University of Alberta have initiated a new biomass energy innovation study project.


Elizabeth May to receive North West Energy Coalition's Conservation Award

Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada (MP, Saanich-Gulf Islands), receives the Bob Olsen Memorial Conservation Eagle Award from the Northwest Energy Coalition.


Barrie Chamber of Commerce "leading the charge" on increased affordability and transparency for energy system

Local business group calls on government to adopt auction style process when procuring for future sustainable energy supply.


IEA urges the Czech Republic to set conditions to boost energy investments

The International Energy Agency praised the Czech Republic for supporting the development of robust natural gas and electricity infrastructure in its latest review of Czech energy policies. The country has the highest level of electricity interconnection capacity within Central Europe and is equally well connected to neighbouring natural gas markets.


Green Party of Canada denounces ‘irresponsible’ approval of Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project

Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada (MP, Saanich-Gulf Islands), today denounced the Prime Minister's decision to approve the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project as "political opportunism of the worst kind.

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