Pembina in the News

The Pembina Institute’s experts and analysts are widely recognized for providing credible, evidence-based insights into today’s energy challenges. We are regularly asked to provide an expert perspective on emerging issues related to energy and the environment.

July 2017

TIMES COLONIST
Letter to the Editor: Cabinet must act quickly to spark clean growth
By Karen Tam Wu

VANCOUVER SUN
Environmentalists rejoice as George Heyman becomes minister of environment and climate change
By Larry Pynn

THE LONDON FREE PRESS
Siemens Canada: Industry reacts to the shuttering of a 340-job Tillsonburg plant that made blades for wind turbines
By Jennifer Bieman

CBC NEWS
Proposed LNG project would emit 360 million metric tonnes of CO2, expert warns 
By Yvette Brend

CBC NEWS
Alberta is greenest it's ever been under the NDP and that will be tough to undo 
By Kyle Bakx and Tracy Johnson

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
G20 to focus on climate change despite Trump’s resistance 
By Shawn McCarthy

BUSINESS IN VANCOUVER
Moving the country’s freight sector to greener pastures 
By Nelson Bennett

June 2017

THE EDMONTON JOURNAL
Opinion: Instead of denial, coal communities must look forward 
By Binnu Jeyakumar

DESMOG CANADA
No Sure Plans, Funding for $51 Billion Cleanup and Rehabilitation of Oilsands Tailings Ponds 
By James Wilt

THE ENERGY MIX
Largely unchecked freight emissions could imperil Canada's Paris committment

THE CANADIAN PRESS
Jagmeet Singh takes stance against Kinder Morgan, Energy East pipelines in new climate plan 
By Kristy Kirkup

CALGARY HERALD
Carrots and sticks needed to cap Alberta's oilsands emissions 
By Chris Varcoe

NATIONAL POST
Freight emissions could be roadblock for Paris accord targets 
By Alicja Siekierska

THE CANADIAN PRESS
Heavy-duty freight emissions can be managed without crushing economy 
By Mia Rabson

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Trudeau must hold the line on Canada’s new methane rules 
By Ed Whittingham and Diane Regas

CBC NEWS
Trump's decision on the Paris accord and what it means for the oilpatch 
By Tracy Johnson

JWN ENERGY
​Here’s what Pembina doesn’t like about solvents in the oilsands 
By Deborah Jaremko

CLEANTECH CANADA
B.C. at risk of being left behind as global economy cleans up its act
By Josha MacNab

May 2017

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
New rules aim to cut methane emissions in Canada’s oil, gas sector 
By Kelly Cryderman

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Alberta Energy Regulator to reconsider Suncor tailings ponds cleanup plan 
By Lauren Krugel

RADIO CANADA INTERNATIONAL
Draft rules would oblige petroleum industry to cut methane, interview with Duncan Kenyon 
By Lynn Desjardins

METRO NEWS
Report urges B.C. to support clean tech 
By Matt Kieltyka

RESILIENCE.ORG

The Case for Phasing out Alberta’s Tar Sands 
By Gordon Laxer

TIMES COLONIST
Next government must take lead on clean growth 
By Josha MacNab

METRO NEWS
Toronto rivers and surrounding ravines become part of Greenbelt 
By May Warren

CANADIAN PRESS
Alberta aims to speed up orphan well clean up with $235-million loan 
By Lauren Krugel

CANADIAN PRESS
Federal government's methane emission reduction plan raises industry concerns 
By Dan Healing

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
BC Green Leader would be well-advised to tread cautiously 
By Gary Mason

GRIST
We’ve reached the end of the U.S.-Canada climate bromance 
By Katie Valentine

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
B.C. resource projects face uncertainty after election 
By Brent Jang and Shawn McCarthy

VANCOUVER SUN
Opinion: Vancouver's rezoning policy cuts carbon and costs 
By Matt Horne

April 2017

DESMOG CANADA
It’s Still Unclear How Alberta’s Tailings Will Be Cleaned Up Or Who Will Pay For It 
By James Wilt

THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT
Energy efficiency can yield tidy financial returns to Vancouver homeowners 
By Carlito Pablo

TREEHUGGER
Energy efficiency is about more than just saving money 
By Lloyd Alter

THE TYEE
Fact Check: Is LNG Really Drinkable in Water? 
By Joanne Pearce

DESMOG CANADA
B.C. Scales Down Energy-Saving Measures to Manufacture Demand for Site C: UBC Report 
By Carol Linnitt

THE CANADIAN PRESS
Oilsands thirst for natural gas hits record, environmentalists decry it as 'waste' 
By Dan Healing 

THE CANADIAN PRESS
Opinion: No, Bixi Montreal is not profitable 
By Jasmin Guenette and Bradley Doucet

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