Letter: Canada’s crucial opportunity to support global energy security
In this letter, we present the current global energy context including demand growth and security issues, and offer our position on how Canada’s responsibly produced oil and natural gas can play global roles in addressing both security and emissions.
CAPP’s Response to the Fisheries and Oceans Canada Blue Economy Strategy Engagement Paper
Oil and gas exploration and development has been occurring in Canadian waters for more than 60 years alongside traditional ocean-based sectors and has a significant role to play in Canada’s economic recovery and beyond.
Proposed amendments to Bill C-15
CAPP supports an approach to implementing the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) in Canada and CAPP has proposed amendments with respect to the enabling legislation, Bill C-15.
Bill C-15 (UNDRIP): Backgrounder
CAPP Supports an approach to implementing the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) in Canada that preserves and enhances opportunities for reconciliation.
Letter: Legislation Implementing the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
CAPP publicly endorsed the principles of UNDRIP as an important framework for reconciliation, and continues to support its implementation in a manner that is consistent with the Canadian constitution and law.
Letter: Supporting Recovery of the Canadian Economy
As the federal government begins to turn its attention to the reopening and recovery of Canada’s economy, it will be important to continue working together.
Letter: Covid-19 Business Continuity Support, Newfoundland and Labrador
The most important thing both levels of government can do to assist the offshore industry right now is to support our ongoing operations
Letter: Covid-19 Business Continuity Support, Nova Scotia
We are writing today to request the Government of Nova Scotia’s support on two key issues related to COVID-19 and its impact on the oil and gas sector: deeming the energy sector to be “critical infrastructure” or an “essential service” and fiscal relief/economic recovery support.