CAPP regularly publishes a number of reports related to Canada’s oil and natural gas industry.
Crude Oil Forecast
CAPP releases its Crude Oil Forecast, Markets and Transportation report annually in late spring. The report provides a long-term outlook for Canadian crude oil production, including production and supply, markets, transportation and more.
Due to the rapidly changing capital budgets of Canadian oil producers, the resource production associated with that investment, and the current market and economic uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, the 2020 CAPP Crude Oil Forecast has been deferred. As countries set on the path of reopening and rebuilding their economies and people around the world restart their lives, we will watch for the impact on global oil demand as we continue to monitor the plans for Canadian producers. CAPP’s 2019 Crude Oil Forecast remains the most recent information on expected Canadian oil production.
Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) Report Series
With increased interest regarding environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance in the natural gas and oil sector, CAPP has developed a series of reports that highlight industry progress in each of these categories including emissions reduction, Indigenous engagement, diversity and inclusion, reclamation and biodiversity. Good governance drives strong environmental and social practice. Canada and Canadian companies consistently rank among the highest in international ESG scores, demonstrating awareness and management of material business risks and priorities for organizations.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Canada's Natural Gas and Oil Industry
This report lays out the means to a lower-carbon future through innovation and new technology and illustrates the industry’s proven track record of lowering emissions-intensity.
Supplying affordable, reliable and cleaner energy to a growing global population is the goal of Canada’s upstream energy industry. Advancing GHG emissions reduction is critical to realizing the vision for Canada to be a global supplier of choice with lower-carbon natural gas and oil.
Indigenous Engagement and ESG Report
This report highlights many examples of how Indigenous peoples and the upstream oil and natural gas sector are finding new ways to work together, growing resource development in a sustainable and mutually beneficial manner.
This is the most comprehensive review ever completed documenting the extent of engagement between Canada’s oil and natural gas producers and Indigenous communities including consultation, workforce, community programs and investment, and Indigenous investment and participation in resource projects.
Workforce Diversity and Inclusion and Canada's Natural Gas and Oil Industry
This report documents performance and progress by Canada’s oil and natural gas producers to support and encourage gender, culture and ethnic diversity, analyzing the areas of workforce diversity and inclusion, employee representation and compensation, and opportunities for advancement.
The report also includes examples of initiatives being undertaken by CAPP member companies to support career development and advancement of Indigenous peoples, visible minorities, and promoting gender diversity at all levels of their organizations.
2018 Economic Series
A Global Vision for the Future
As the world’s population grows, the demand for all forms of energy will increase, including demand for oil and natural gas. With our innovative industry and cost-effective clean technology, Canada is poised to become a world-leading sustainable energy supplier through innovation and cost-effective clean technology. However, for our oil and gas to be part of the future energy mix, it’s important we urgently address challenges facing our industry today. Through these economic reports, we offer solutions to create an economically viable industry that meets both our environmental and competitiveness goals.
Putting Canada on the World Stage:
An Energy Platform Across Canada
Diversifying Canada’s Oil & Natural Gas Markets
Toward a Shared Future:
Canada’s Indigenous Peoples and the Oil & Natural Gas Industry
Competitive Climate Policy:
Supporting Investment and Innovation