Canadian Energy Research Institute

Pipeline Construction Would Boost Government Revenues

Kenneth P. Green | Posted 04.08.2014 | Canada Business
Kenneth P. Green

Discussions surrounding the need for new pipelines to transport Canada's oil to market have been a dominant economic, environmental and political issue for the past several years. Canada's overwhelming reliance on the United States as a customer, the U.S.'s growing energy self-sufficiency, and limited pipeline infrastructure have placed a low ceiling on the prices Canadians are able to secure for our energy exports.

B.C. Will Reap Most From Pipelines: Study

CBC | Posted 10.10.2012 | Canada British Columbia

New research looking at the economic payoff of two major pipelines suggests B.C. could be the big winner. Calgary-based Canadian Energy R...

Guess Which Province Gets The Least Pipeline Revenue

CP | Tamsyn Burgmann, The Canadian Press | Posted 09.30.2012 | Canada Politics

VANCOUVER - Based on straight math, British Columbians shouldn't be surprised to learn they will draw far fewer economic benefits than Alberta — or ...

Alberta To Reap $1.2 Trillion From Oil Sands -- But What Does The Rest Of Canada Get?

The Huffington Post Canada | Daniel Tencer | Posted 03.27.2012 | Canada Business

Alberta’s government will collect $1.2 trillion in royalties from the oil sands over the next 35 years, and emissions from oil and gas extraction ar...

House Republicans Push Obama To Approve Alberta-To-Texas Pipeline

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 09.25.2011 | Canada Politics

EDMONTON - Electricity users in Alberta are being warned about a potential scam involving a device that purports to reduce their power bills.

The government says it is investigating complaints that telemarketers and door-to-door sales agents are offering what they call a "hydro power saver."