U.S Increases Oil Exports to Canada

2020 saw¬†demand destruction caused by the pandemic, in particular, Canada saw a decrease of 20 percent in crude oil imports. During 2020, the United States solidified themselves as a top supplier to Canada as they supplied nearly 80 percent of all barrels going into Canada. While Canada is a major producer of crude, they export […]

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Nuclear Canada

Canada has an emphasis on minimizing their carbon footprint. Recently they committed to $20 million for the construction and distribution of small modular nuclear power plants. These single, small, modular power plants would be able to produce up to 300MWe (megawatt of electric capacity). For reference, that would be enough to power 150K to 200K […]

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A2A Is Underway

President Trump announced last week that he will be issuing a Presidential Permit for a freight railway project that will run from Alberta, Canada to Alaska, called A2A Railway. The project will cost $22 billion and will transport a variety of commodities such as oil and iron ore, as well as other container goods. The […]

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Updates from the North

On Tuesday, December 3rd, Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project began at Acheson, Alberta. The controversial expansion started two weeks before a federal court of appeal is set to hold hearings on challenges to the project. The expansion would more than double the oil flow from oil-rich Alberta to British Columbia, and potentially from there to […]

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