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A Vision for Canada's Recovery

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

CAPP Crude Oil Forecast

2020 CAPP Crude Oil Forecast has been deferred

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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

Fact Sheet
British Columbia’s Oil and Natural Gas Industry

British Columbia has produced both natural gas and crude oil since 1952. Innovations have led the industry to focus on the development of unconventional natural gas regions in Northeast B.C. Development of these significant resources provides British Columbians with a variety of economic benefits.

September, 2020 - 4 Pages

Economics Indigenous Engagement Natural Gas

Report
Oil and Natural Gas Priorities for a Prosperous Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan is an important part of Canada's oil and natural gas industry, generating significant benefits for the provinces people and its economy. There is a great potential for growth in the industry, which will ensure these benefits continue.

September, 2020 - 6 Pages

Economics Policy & Regulations

Fact Sheet
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. The energy sector, governments and Indigenous people are finding new ways to work together to develop energy.

May, 2020 - 4 Pages

Community Relations Economics Indigenous Engagement

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

Ontario is Canada’s largest manufacturing province, accounting for 47 per cent of national manufacturing output and 54 per cent of value-added exports.

March, 2020 - 2 Pages

Economics

Report
2019 Crude Oil Forecast, Markets and Transportation

CAPP’s Crude Oil Forecast provides the association’s latest long-term outlook for total Canadian crude oil production and western Canadian crude oil supply. A primary purpose of this report is to inform discussion and support a fundamental understanding of oil industry issues.

June, 2019 - 26 Pages

Economics Oil Oil Sands

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CAPP 2018 Economic Report Series: Leveraging Opportunities: Diversifying Canada’s Oil and Natural Gas Markets

In this report, CAPP examines the barriers preventing Canada’s oil and natural gas industry from realizing opportunities in the global market, and offers recommendations and solutions that would contribute to removing the barriers to market access.

March, 2019 - 41 Pages

Economics Natural Gas

Fact Book
Oil and Natural Gas Priorities for a Prosperous Alberta

Global demand for oil and natural gas is forecast to increase for decades to come, and Alberta must plan for what lies ahead. This will require a clear commitment from government to increase the competitiveness of our industry, and rethink the way we do business.

January, 2019 - 8 Pages

Economics Natural Gas

Report
2018 Economic Report Series: Toward a Shared Future: Canada’s Indigenous Peoples and the Oil and Natural Gas Industry

In this report, CAPP examines the evolving relationship between the upstream industry and Indigenous peoples, provides examples of industry initiatives that have had positive and sustainable effects on Indigenous communities, and more.

November, 2018 - 17 Pages

Economics Indigenous Engagement

Fact Sheet
Engagement with Indigenous Communities

Canada’s oil and natural gas industry continues to build positive and mutually beneficial relationships with Indigenous communities where we work.

September, 2018 - 2 Pages

Community Relations Economics Indigenous Engagement

Fact Sheet
Canada’s Liquefied Natural Gas Opportunity

Significant potential economic benefits from establishing a Canadian LNG industry and resulting natural gas development could be generated across Canada if natural gas projects are established in a timely manner and able to access international markets.

July, 2018 - 2 Pages

Economics LNG Natural Gas

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CAPP 2018 Economic Report Series: Competitive Climate Policy, Supporting Investment and Innovation

This report explores Canada’s current climate policies; explains why current policies are having serious unintended consequences; outlines our industry’s commitment to innovation; and presents recommendations we believe can spur industry growth, competitiveness, innovation, and emissions reduction.

June, 2018 - 17 Pages

Economics Natural Gas

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2018 Economic Report Series: Canada’s Role in the World’s Future Energy Mix

Canada’s Role in the World’s Future Energy Mix is the second report in a series of economic reports released by CAPP, which examines the growing demand for energy in all forms and outlines a vision for Canada to become the world’s energy supplier of choice.

April, 2018 - 12 Pages

Economics Natural Gas

Report
2018 Economic Report Series: A Global Vision of Canadian Oil and Natural Gas

This report series examines rising government costs, the burden of inefficient regulations, and the lack of infrastructure to move Canadian energy to growing markets, which undermines investor confidence in Canada and negatively affects the country’s ability to attract capital investment.

February, 2018 - 12 Pages

Economics Natural Gas Oil Oil Sands

Fact Sheet
Fossil Fuel Subsidies

While Canada taxes the consumption of oil and natural gas, many other countries in the world offer subsidies instead. Subsidies targeted at consumption, or reducing the cost of fossil fuels to the end user, is where the majority of global fossil fuel subsidies reside.

November, 2017 - 2 Pages

Economics

Fact Sheet
Canada’s Oil and Natural Gas Sector: Setting the Record Straight on Subsidies

In Canada, all businesses can deduct certain expenses and the oil and natural gas industry is no different. Tax measures of the oil and natural gas industry are not subsidies.

November, 2017 - 2 Pages

Economics

Fact Sheet
Canadas Oil and Natural Gas Industry in Context

All sources of energy, developed responsibly, will be needed to meeting growing global demand. Canada has an opportunity to share our steady, secure, reliable, and responsibly produced energy abroad, and drive to a lower-carbon economy at home.

November, 2017 - 2 Pages

Economics Natural Gas

Fact Sheet
Canada’s Oil and Natural Gas Industry: Partners in America’s Energy Future

Canada is currently the leading and most secure, reliable and competitive energy supplier to the United States, including crude oil and refined petroleum products, natural gas, electricity and uranium.

November, 2017 - 2 Pages

Economics Natural Gas

Fact Sheet
Quebec Benefits from Canada’s Oil Sands Industry

Canada’s oil and natural gas industry is a driving force in the Canadian economy. The oil sands industry provides employment opportunities, boosts government revenues and supports local businesses and communities in Quebec.

May, 2017 - 2 Pages

Economics Natural Gas Oil Sands

Statistics
A competitive policy and regulatory framework for Alberta’s upstream oil and natural gas industry

The report outlines how new competitiveness measures could be created to attract investment and create jobs in Alberta’s oil and natural gas sector, while protecting the high standards already in place for health, safety and environmental regulation.

July, 2017 - 49 Pages

Economics Natural Gas Oil Sands