Editor's Notebook

Why Canadians Should do the World a Favor and Build More Pipelines

But from a national interest, economic, humanitarian, and even environmental standpoint, there is a strong case for Canadian pipelines. This includes establishing a natural-gas export corridor from Prince George to Prince Rupert, completing the Trans Mountain loop and Keystone expansion, and freezing future pipeline development. The world will thank Canada for it.

27th World Gas Conference Preview

Our industry’s “Convention Season” is starting to slow down now that the Offshore Technical Conference (OTC) held in Houston has wrapped up. I was fortunate enough to get a double dose of INGAA President Don Santa’s 2018 outlook at two other conferences recently. Don was the keynote speaker at PG&J’..

Jon Peters: When Life Grabs You by the Baseballs

Those in the oil and gas industry would be wise to learn from the story of fellow industry professional and former high school baseball phenom, Jon Peters.

The Steel Backlash

Leaders from U.S. oil and gas associations urge President Trump to rethink his decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.

Guest Editorial: NYC Housing not Feeling the Heat

CEO of a public housing organization in New York says moving ahead with natural gas pipeline construction projects would benefit the state and its residents.