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Publications

CAPP publications are for members and anyone interested in Canada’s oil and natural gas industry.

A VISION FOR CANADA'S RECOVERY

Canada’s Natural Gas and Oil Industry: Driving Economic Recovery and Environmental Leadership

INDIGENOUS ENGAGEMENT AND ESG REPORT

Growing the oil and natural gas sector in a mutually beneficial manner.

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Fact Sheet
Induced Seismic Activity in Canada

Induced seismicity refers to seismicity caused by human activity. It is associated with several industrial processes, including geothermal energy extraction, wastewater disposal, mining, hydroelectric dams and hydraulic fracturing operations.

May, 2022 - 2 Pages

Health & Safety Natural Gas

Report
Collaborating for Safety and Sustainability: Progress Update and Three Year Plan

This plan outlines steps to enhance how operators communicate and work together to improve safety and environmental performance offshore Newfoundland and Labrador. The goal is to make Atlantic Canada the safest and most environmentally responsible offshore oil and natural gas region in the world.

April, 2022 - 4 Pages

Environment & Innovation Health & Safety Offshore

Fact Book
Canada’s Natural Gas Fact Book

Canada’s Natural Gas Fact Book was designed to give readers fast, easy access to natural gas facts that allow them to participate in a balanced discussion about energy, the economy and the environment.

March, 2022 - 54 Pages

Environment & Innovation LNG Natural Gas

Fact Book
Canada’s Oil Sands Fact Book

The Facts on Oil Sands was designed to give readers fast, easy access to oil sands facts to help them participate in the discussion. Facts are sourced from credible third parties or are developed using CAPP data that is checked against other data sources, including government reports.

March, 2022 - 58 Pages

Environment & Innovation Indigenous Engagement Oil Sands

Fact Sheet
Ontario Manufacturing and Canada’s Oil and Natural Gas Industry

Canada’s oil and natural gas industry is truly nation-wide, drawing on skills and products across the country. For example, after Alberta, Ontario businesses are the second largest supplier of products and services to Canada’s oil sands.

December, 2021 - 2 Pages

Economics Energy Demand

Fact Sheet
Water use for Hydraulic Fracturing in Alberta

Industry is focusing on increasing use of alternatives and reducing the amount of surface water and fresh groundwater used in hydraulic fracturing. In Alberta, the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) regulates the use of water for tight oil and natural gas development.

November, 2021 - 2 Pages

Environment & Innovation Natural Gas Water

Fact Sheet
Environmental Innovation – Water

Using water responsibly and protecting water sources is a priority for the oil and natural gas industry. Water use is regulated in Canada by provincial regulators to protect the integrity of the water system. Industry recycles water and continues to look for ways to reduce fresh water use.

November, 2021 - 2 Pages

Policy & Regulations Water

Report
Indigenous Engagement and ESG Report

Indigenous Engagement and ESG highlights many examples of successful interaction between Indigenous peoples and the oil and natural gas sector to grow resource development in a sustainable and mutually beneficial manner.

October, 2021 - 27 Pages

Environment & Innovation Indigenous Engagement

Fact Sheet
British Columbia’s Oil and Natural Gas Royalties

In B.C., the upstream oil and gas industry is a partnership among industry, Indigenous peoples, and government, which creates more than 10,000 jobs in the province and provides government with hundreds of millions of dollars annually.

November, 2021 - 3 Pages

LNG Natural Gas Policy & Regulations

Report
COP 26 Industry Discussion Paper

This document was prepared by the undersigned trade associations and presents our joint guiding principles and policy priorities for the benefit of delegates at the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in Glasgow, Scotland.

November, 2021 - 3 Pages

Climate Change Environment & Innovation

Fact Sheet
ESG Emissions Methodology

This appendix for Canada’s Natural Gas and Oil Emissions: Ongoing Reductions, Demonstrable Improvement, details how the intensities could be calculated to fairly show differences in corporate choices and environmental social governance (ESG).

July, 2021 - 9 Pages

Climate Change Environment & Innovation

Report
Canada’s Natural Gas and Oil Emissions: Ongoing Reductions, Demonstrable Improvement

Canada’s Natural Gas and Oil Emissions: Ongoing Reductions, Demonstrable Improvement illustrates the industry’s proven record of lowering emissions intensity and describes pathways to a lower-carbon future through innovation and new technology.

July, 2021 - 41 Pages

Climate Change Environment & Innovation

Best Management Practices
Anomalous Induced Seismicity due to Fluid Disposal

The Industry Shared Practice was developed by CAPP member companies. It is designed to serve as a guide, describes current recommended practices to manage induced seismicity due to fluid disposal, reflects the current state of knowledge and takes into account areas of ongoing research.

June, 2021 - 18 Pages

Environment & Innovation Health & Safety Natural Gas

Best Management Practices
Adverse Weather Communications Protocol – Offshore Newfoundland

This Industry Best Practice is intended to describe how Operators will communicate with each another and the C-NLOPB pertaining to weather information, plans, precautions and resource availability, such as vessels or helicopter transport.

May, 2021 - 20 Pages

Health & Safety Offshore

Report
An Introduction to Oil Sands Pit Lakes

An Introduction to Oil Sands Pit Lakes is an introductory document intended to provide information related to pit lakes associated with oil sands mining operations in Alberta.

May, 2021 - 28 Pages

Environment & Innovation Oil Sands Water

Report
Collaborating for Safety and Sustainability: Progress Update and Year Two Plan

In 2020 CAPP and its offshore operator members released Collaborating for Safety and Sustainability: A Continuous Improvement Plan. With Year One of this initiative now complete, the purpose of this document is to provide an overview of accomplishments and new initiatives being progressed.

April, 2021 - 4 Pages

Offshore

Fact Sheet
Environmental Innovation

Canada’s upstream oil and natural gas industry has a long history of developing technologies that advance efficiencies and reduce environmental impacts, and the industry continues to build on that commitment.

February, 2021 - 2 Pages

Climate Change Environment & Innovation Water

Fact Sheet
Managing Methane Emissions for Natural Gas and Oil Development

Canada’s oil and natural gas industry recognizes that climate change is one of the great challenges facing the world. Methane emissions contribute to greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs). That’s why reducing methane emissions from all sources is an important way to tackle the climate change challenge.

February, 2021 - 2 Pages

Climate Change Environment & Innovation

Fact Sheet
Collaborating for Mutual Benefit: Indigenous Peoples and Canada’s Energy Industry

Indigenous people are often portrayed as uniformly opposed to resource development but many seek to build prosperous community futures by supporting and participating in the industry.

May, 2020 - 4 Pages

Community Relations Economics Indigenous Engagement

Report
Highlights from: A Vision for Canada’s Economy

A strong recovery plan and competitive government policy measures are essential to ensuring Canadian industries can attract investment, which will be crucial to growing Canada’s economy, getting Canadians back to work and funding advanced technologies to address emissions.

September, 2020 - 5 Pages

Economics Energy Demand Environment & Innovation

Report
A Vision for Canada’s Recovery

Natural gas and oil are essential to Canada’s economic recovery. The energy industry can stimulate large-scale recovery while leveraging environmental leadership — goals aligned with the federal government’s objectives, particularly addressing climate change and promoting Indigenous prosperity.

September, 2020 - 24 Pages

Economics Energy Demand Environment & Innovation