CAPP Responds to Recent IEA Report on Energy and Climate Change
January 21, 2020 Canada’s oil and natural gas industry is already at the forefront of developing and implementing the technology necessary for many of the recommendations included in the International Energy Agency’s most recent report on energy and climate change.
Supreme Court of Canada Dismisses B.C.’s Attempt to Restrict Flow on Trans Mountain
January 16, 2020 - CAPP responds to the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision to dismiss British Columbia’s attempt to restrict flow on Trans Mountain expansion pipeline.
CAPP Responds to UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Declaration
January 7, 2020 - CAPP responds to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination’s written directive urging the Government of Canada to stop construction on the Trans Mountain Expansion Pipeline, Coastal Gaslink and Site C Dam.
CAPP Responds to COP25 Failure to Reach Agreement on Article 6
"The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers is disappointed delegates at COP25 failed to reach an agreement on Article 6 of the Paris Climate Agreement."
CAPP Releases Statement on Federal Government’s Acceptance of Alberta’s TIER Regulation
CAPP is pleased that the federal government has moved quickly on accepting the made-in-Alberta Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction (TIER) regulation.
CAPP Issues Response to Throne Speech
CAPP is committed to working with the federal government to make Canada a nation that is both prosperous and an environmental leader on the world stage. A strong oil and natural gas industry can contribute to the government’s mandate and benefit all Canadians.
CAPP issues statement related to offshore environment, health and safety
Newfoundland and Labrador’s offshore producers and explorers, through CAPP, are assessing all of the actions outlined in Mr. Tessier’s letter to fully explore all possible areas of opportunity.
CAPP responds to inaccurate reports of B.C. subsidies to Canada’s oil and natural gas industry
Federal and provincial tax and royalty regimes are not subsidies, they are part of a fiscal framework that provides a globally competitive investment regime attracting investment, creating jobs and benefiting all Canadians.
CAPP releases statement following CN Rail and Teamsters tentative deal
The CN rail strike has highlighted the importance of energy to our society and emphasizes the need to strengthen our energy infrastructure, not only for export but also to ensure all Canadians have reliable access to our own resources.
CAPP issues statement about federal cabinet appointments
CAPP is looking forward to finding ways we can work together and find solutions that deliver the economic benefits Canadians deserve and uphold the environmental and safety standards Canadians expect.
CAPP releases statement following CN Rail strike
The oil industry is concerned about any developments that can negatively impact the availability of rail capacity, particularly in light of the current shortage of available pipeline capacity relative to oil production in western Canada.
CAPP issues statement on Saskatchewan’s Growth Plan
Today the government of Saskatchewan released its new Growth Plan which sets out key targets and a list of goals and actions to achieve those targets. CAPP has issued the following statement in response.
CAPP Statement in response to Government of Alberta announcement: Enabling oil investment across Alberta
The Canadian oil and natural gas industry has faced a number of challenges in recent years, particularly in relation to market access and attracting capital investment.
CAPP statement in response to Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) report on oil and natural gas industry lobbying
It is our job to work with local, provincial and federal governments to find the best way to uphold the high social and environmental standards Canadians expect while encouraging growth and investment in Canada’s oil and natural gas sector.
CAPP issues statement in response to Canada’s Federal Election
The election of a minority government reflects the diversity of Canadians and the need to work constructively together to achieve our mutual goals.
Canada continues to be the world’s preferred supplier for oil and natural gas: Ipsos international survey
The world wants Canadian oil and natural gas, according to an updated international research survey by Ipsos, conducted on behalf of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP).
CAPP issues statement in response to Alberta government AER review
CAPP supports the Alberta government’s efforts to develop a more efficient regulatory system, and reduce the amount of red tape associated with oil and natural gas development.
CAPP Releases Statement Following FFAW Press Conference in Atlantic Canada
Offshore operators recognize the fishing industry is one of their most important stakeholders.
A strong offshore oil and natural gas industry benefits all of Canada: CAPP Newfoundland and Labrador Energy Platform
CAPP’s Energy Platform is to inform all Newfoundlanders and Labradorians of the concerns and vision of the offshore oil and natural gas business.