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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.

December, 2020 - 54 Pages

Economics Energy Demand Oil Sands

Best Management Practices
Oilfield Waste Profile Sheets Guide

The Oilfield Waste Profile Sheets contained in this guide have been prepared to assist upstream petroleum industry operators with the classification and handling of common industry wastes. The waste profile sheet information is provided as general industry guidance.

May, 2020 - 66 Pages

Environment & Innovation Health & Safety Oil Sands

Fact Sheet
Introduction to Oil Sands

Canada has the third largest oil reserves in the world with 97% of these reserves located in the oil sands. As global energy demand increases, 27% of this demand will be met by oil in 2040, the largest single source of energy. Canada can help meet this need with its abundant natural resources.

April, 2020 - 2 Pages

Energy Demand Oil Sands

Third Party Publications
Proposed Actions to Address the Competitiveness of Canada’s Upstream Oil and Natural Gas Sector, JWG Report

A Joint Working Group (JWG) was convened in late 2017 as a forum for industry, federal and provincial governments to examine issues affecting the competitiveness of the upstream oil and natural gas industry in Canada.

August, 2018 - 88 Pages

Natural Gas Oil Sands

Fact Sheet
Guiding Principles and Operating Practices: Oil Sands Development

CAPP members operate under a set of guiding principles and operating practices that enable them to provide a secure source of energy, improve environmental performance and provide economic benefits to society.

January, 2020 - 1 Page

Health & Safety Oil Sands

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
Canada’s Boreal Caribou

Boreal caribou populations are falling across Canada. Declining caribou herds are a complex issue and all stakeholders, as well as the provincial and federal governments, have a role to play in working towards collective and broad-based solutions.

February, 2018 - 2 Pages

Environment & Innovation Oil Sands

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

Report
International Review – Environmental Assessment Process: A Summary Based on the Review by Worley Parsons Canada

Worley Parsons Canada was commissioned to conduct a study comparing Canada's environmental assessment process with four countries: Australia, the United Kingdom, Norway and the United States.

March, 2017 - 3 Pages

Environment & Innovation Natural Gas Oil Sands

Report
The Economic Impact of Environmental Innovation In Canada’s Oil Sands – Economic Concepts Case Study

Innovation and environmental management activities in the oil sands are significant, as they are directly related to the scale of production activities. This study analyzed the economic impact of environmental innovation in Canada’s oil sands, both globally and through case studies.

November, 2019 - 45 pages

Economics Environment & Innovation Oil Oil Sands

Fact Sheet
Environmental Innovation in the Oil Sands: Economic Concepts and Case Studies fact sheet

An overview of key findings from the AppEco study.

November, 2019 - 2 Pages

Economics Environment & Innovation Oil Sands

Fact Sheet
Regional perspectives on oil and natural gas: British Columbia

In conjunction with its federal energy platform, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) presents this supplement, which contains views on regional issues of concern to the oil and natural gas industry, specifically British Columbia.

November, 2019 - 2 Pages

Natural Gas Oil Oil Sands

Fact Sheet
Regional perspective on oil and natural gas: Quebec

Oil and natural gas opportunities and benefits are present across Canada, including Quebec.

November, 2019 - 2 Pages

Natural Gas Oil Oil Sands

Fact Sheet
Regional Perspectives on Oil and Natural Gas in Atlantic Canada

In conjunction with our Federal Strategic Energy Platform, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) presents this supplement, which contains our views on regional issues of concern to the oil and natural gas industry in Atlantic Canada.

November, 2019 - 2 Pages

Natural Gas Oil Oil Sands

Report
Atlantic Canada Offshore Petroleum Industry – Supply Chain Management

This document contains the recommended practices between offshore operators and supply/service organizations operating in Atlantic Canada to improve their commercial working relationship. Through the sharing of information and streamlining the supply chain management process, it will make the procurement of goods and service

August, 2004 - 12 Pages

Oil Sands Offshore