Surging global coal use highlights opportunity for Canadian LNG

There are 2,449 coal-fired plants operating worldwide, 189 under construction and 292 planned

Surging global coal use highlights opportunity for Canadian LNGCoal use around the world is rising in what the head of the International Energy Agency (IEA) calls “a sobering reality check” for targets to reduce emissions. Against that backdrop, global demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) is soaring, in part because it can help displace coal power and reduce emissions by half – or…

Play shines a spotlight on a civil rights icon

Gordon Hirabayashi took a principled stand against the internment of Japanese Americans

Play shines a spotlight on a civil rights iconWhen Japanese Americans were evacuated from the West Coast and sent to internment camps during the Second World War, Gordon Hirabayashi refused to comply. Acting on the courage of moral conviction, the Quaker pacifist instead turned himself in to the FBI, prepared to challenge the unjust executive order and take the case as far as…

WEBINAR: The pathway to sustainability

This episode features the introductory presentation in our final episodes on decarbonization – Pathway to energy, economic, and environmental sustainability by James Carter. He is also the Moderator for our final episodes. James is the former COO of Syncrude Canada and a graduate of Harvard Business School. The series was produced by KEI Network for…

The global energy map faces dramatic revisions

Putin's war on Ukraine has changed everything

The global energy map faces dramatic revisionsEnergy security is back on the global agenda. Not long ago, energy security was almost taken for granted by all. With the emergence of new energy frontiers over the last decade and a half – including shale oil and gas and the growing emphasis on renewables in the Americas – it was felt that energy…

Canada’s oil and gas workers don’t need a forced ‘just transition’

The sector will be critical to Canada, and the world, for decades to come

Canada’s oil and gas workers don’t need a forced ‘just transition’The idea of the need for a “just transition” for Canadian oil and gas workers is based on the false narrative that global demand is now decreasing and, therefore, Canada’s industry will no longer be profitable or essential in the very near future. This is not true. Oil and gas will continue to be critical…

WEBINAR: Emerging technologies that address climate change

Today's guest, Mark Summers, Chief Strategy Officer for Emissions Reduction Alberta, provides a number of examples of GHG emissions reduction projects underway. The series was produced by KEI Network for Troy Media. We welcome your comments below. Bios of our moderator and today’s guest: Eddy Isaacs Eddy Isaacs is the former CEO of Alberta Innovates…

U of A has best-ever showing in global ranking of top universities

Latest rankings put university at 77th worldwide, highlighting outstanding faculty and research

U of A has best-ever showing in global ranking of top universitiesThe University of Alberta had its best-ever showing in the Global 2000 list, moving further up in the top 100 to 77th in the world, according to the Center for World University Rankings (CWUR) World University Rankings 2022-23. The latest rankings also saw the U of A move up in a category rating the quality of…

Hydrogen could be the next big thing in Alberta energy

The province has the resources, infrastructure and workforce to produce the clean energy source

Hydrogen could be the next big thing in Alberta energyOn the path to a decarbonized future, Alberta could become a global leader in the export of hydrogen. Amit Kumar, who advised the provincial government in developing its Hydrogen Roadmap, says the province is already well ahead of the production game, having developed large-scale hydrogen infrastructure and expertise for the oil sands industry. Alberta is, in…
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