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You have reached the home of Energy Examined podcasts. Energy Examined is a podcast that examines energy issues that impact Canada and the world. We tackle questions regarding growing global energy demand, the transition toward a lower-carbon future, and the role innovation and sustainable approaches can play at finding solutions to meet the economic, environmental and social priorities of all Canadians.

To learn more about energy issues affecting Canadians, visit our online magazine: Context: Energy Examined at capp.context.ca.

 

May 12, 2022

Canada's Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA) celebrates its 10 year anniversary as a one-of-a-kind environmental innovation hub where oil sands producers work as collaborators rather than competitors, ensuring the oil sands are produced in a sustainable manner.

Energy Examined speaks with John Brogly, Water Director...


Feb 2, 2022

As we move to update our energy systems for a low-carbon future, what does that mean for Canada's natural gas and oil industry?

Fiscal and economic policy analyst Jonathan Stringham with the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers discusses the realities of energy transition, and the continuing importance of...


Nov 5, 2021

As delegates gather for COP 26, the UN climate summit in Glasgow Scotland, Energy Examined host Holly Quan chats with Patrick McDonald, climate director at CAPP.

McDonald highlights the work being done by Canadian oil and gas companies to reduce emissions and commitments to meet reduction targets. He also discusses how...


Oct 19, 2021

Wes Jickling of Canada's Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA) explains how oil sands are on a pathway to reducing greenhouse gas emissions through massive investments in cleantech innovations and a focus on deep cooperation.   

"It is going to take collaboration on a scale that's unprecedented," says the COSIA chief...


May 27, 2021

Is the oil sands destroying Alberta's northern forests? Shannon Carla King is quick to point out no: lands are reclaimed by oil sands producers to a natural, self-sustaining habitat. Her method of showing this is unique: she's an Alberta artist who paints  landscapes of the Canadian outdoors with a focus on, you...