'The bottom line is the time has come to take a fresh look at Canada's role in the global energy transition. The responsibility, and the opportunity, is (here) today — and we simply need to get after it'
By Chris Varcoe
The world has moved into an energy crisis, additional supplies are required and a window has opened to build new liquefied natural gas developments, says Enbridge CEO Al Monaco.
In such turbulence, Canada can play an “outsized role” in the future of global energy, although regulatory challenges need to be removed so the country can provide low-carbon, secure and affordable energy to the world.
Speaking at the Canadian Club Toronto, Enbridge’s Al Monaco calls for a ‘fresh look’ at how Canada can lead the global energy transition
The post-pandemic “return to normal” many imagined did not include an incomprehensible conflict in Ukraine and global energy crisis.
Yet here we are. Decades-high inflation, major supply-chain issues, pain at the pump and rising home heating and electricity costs, and all the while questions about what it all means for climate objectives and the pace of the energy transition.
HOUSTON, May 10, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Enbridge Inc. (Enbridge) (TSX: ENB) (NYSE: ENB) and Humble Midstream, LLC (Humble), an EnCap Flatrock Midstream portfolio company, are pleased to announce the joint development and marketing of a low-carbon hydrogen and ammonia production and export facility which will be located at the Enbridge Ingleside Energy Center (EIEC), near Corpus Christi, Texas.
Innovation breathes new life into plastic pipeline scrap destined for landfill
What comes to mind when you see a plastic Muskoka chair?
If you’re Tom Canellos or Graham Waller, you’re reminded of an opportunity to improve the environment and create value from waste.
Canellos and Waller worked together in a Toronto-based Enbridge Gas construction group in 2019, when they noticed a lot of plastic polyethylene pipe was discarded as garbage by Enbridge and its contractors.
Could that high-grade yellow plastic be recycled, rather than heading to landfill? It was a problem, the friends decided, that needed solving.
Enbridge supports carbon offset program by seeding ambitious state-wide tree planting initiative
How many millions of trees can be planted in a million acres? The state of Minnesota is going to find out.
A group of partners, including non-profits and government organizations, has set a goal to reforest one million acres by 2040. Projections indicate the campaign - called the Minnesota Million - will reduce the state’s yearly carbon emissions by nearly 20%.
Enbridge investment drives $800,000 donation to Nature Conservancy of Canada for preservation of Beaver Hills, the ‘spine’ of Alberta’s biosphere
Tourists and Alberta residents aren’t the only ones flocking to the Beaver Hills biosphere area for recreational purposes.
More than 150 species of waterfowl stop over every year in the boreal wetlands region east of Alberta’s capital city, Edmonton—and given those numbers, Beaver Hills has rightly earned the honor of being Canada’s first established bird sanctuary, as well as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve designation.
Saint-Nazaire Offshore Wind Farm expected to generate equivalent of 20% of Loire-Atlantique region’s electricity consumption
France has some 20,000 kilometres of coastline, and control over an estimated 11 million square km of territorial waters.
And as a potential offshore wind powerhouse, the country took a very important step this week.
The first turbine at the Saint-Nazaire Offshore Wind Project has been installed, a key milestone in the construction of Enbridge’s first wind farm in France—which also happens to be the first offshore turbine installed in French waters.
New Ridge RNG facility planned for southwestern Ontario landfill, with support from Enbridge Gas
In search of a carbon-neutral energy source, Waste Connections of Canada has gone straight to the source.
Waste Connections announced it will build a $50-million renewable natural gas (RNG) facility at its Ridge Landfill in the Municipality of Chatham-Kent, Ontario. The RNG will then flow through new and existing Enbridge Gas infrastructure to transport the gas to market.