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Building long-term relationships with Aboriginal people and First Nations communities is a priority for Canada’s natural gas industry.
For energy users, any reduction in energy costs is a significant benefit.
Being a good community neighbour means building and maintaining respectful relationships.
Hydraulic fracturing fluids are comprised primarily of water and sand and a small amount of additives.
Hydraulic fracturing is a government-regulated technology.
Seismic activity is rarely felt on the surface and usually occurs near where the rock is being fractured, or 2,000 to 3,000 metres below ground.
Innovation is key to improved environmental performance.
Industry supports local programs that help build strong, vibrant and healthy communities.
An emerging LNG industry offers an opportunity to bring economic benefits to Canadians.
Traditional markets for western Canadian natural gas are changing.
Canada is the world’s 5th largest producer of natural gas.
Natural gas is the single-largest form of energy used in Canadian homes.
Canada can provide an abundance of safe and secure energy for decades to come.
Hydraulic fracturing has been safely used in natural gas production for over 60 years.
Industry is advancing a safety culture based on a strong foundation of leadership and continuous improvement.
LNG carriers are designed to have a high degree of safety.
Today, Canada has limited pipeline infrastructure to move oil and natural gas across the country and into the United States.