Energy policy of Canada
Canada is the 5th largest producer of energy in the world, producing about 6% of global energy supplies. It is the world's largest producer of natural uranium, producing one-third of global supply, an...
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Electricity sector in Canada
The electricity sector in Canada has played a significant role in the economic and political life of the country since the late 19th century. The sector is organized along provincial and territorial l...
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Coal in Canada
Coal reserves in Canada rank fifth largest in the world (following the former Soviet Union, the United States, the People's Republic of China and Australia) at approximately 10 billion tons, 4% of the...
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History of the petroleum industry in Canada
The Canadian petroleum industry arose in parallel with that of the United States. Because of Canada's unique geography, geology, resources and patterns of settlement, however, it developed in differen...
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History of the petroleum industry in Canada (frontier exploration and development)
Canada's early petroleum discoveries took place near population centres or along lines of penetration into the frontier.The first oil play, for example, was in southern Ontario. The first western natu...
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History of the petroleum industry in Canada (oil sands and heavy oil)
Canada's oil sands and heavy oil resources are among the world's great petroleum deposits. They include the vast oil sands of northern Alberta, and the heavy oil reservoirs that surround the small cit...
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National Energy Program
The National Energy Program (NEP) was an energy policy of the Government of Canada from 1980 to 1985. It was created under the Liberal government of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau by Minister of Energy...
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Petro-Canada
Petro-Canada is a retail and wholesale marketing brand of Suncor Energy. Until 2009, it was a crown corporation of Canada (as a state trading enterprise), headquartered at the Petro-Canada Centre in C...
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History of the petroleum industry in Canada (natural gas)
Natural gas has been used almost as long as crude oil in Canada, but its commercial development was not as rapid. This is because of special properties of this energy commodity: it is a gas, and it fr...
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History of the petroleum industry in Canada (natural gas liquids)
Canada's natural gas liquids industry dates back to the discovery of wet natural gas at Turner Valley, Alberta in 1914. The gas was less important than the natural gasoline - "skunk gas" it was called...
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Hydro-Québec
Hydro-Québec is a government-owned public utility established in 1944 by the Government of Quebec. Based in Montreal, the company oversees generation, transmission and distribution of electricity for ...
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Hydro-Québec's electricity transmission system
Hydro-Québec's electricity transmission system is an international power transmission system located in Quebec, Canada with extensions into the Northeastern United States. Major expansion of the netwo...
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BC Hydro
The BC Hydro and Power Authority is a Canadian electric utility in the province of British Columbia, generally known simply as BC Hydro. It is the main electric distributor, serving 1.8 million custom...
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Nuclear power in Canada
As of October 2012, about 15% of Canada's electricity is produced by nuclear power. All of this is produced in Ontario, except for one reactor in New Brunswick. Canada has reactors for commercial powe...
Nova Scotia Power
Nova Scotia Power Inc. (TSX: NSI.PR.D) is a vertically integrated electric utility in Nova Scotia, Canada. It is privately owned by Emera (TSX: EMA) and regulated by the provincial governmen...
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Ontario Power Generation
Ontario Power Generation (OPG) is a public company wholly owned by Government of Ontario. OPG is responsible for approximately 50% of the electricity generation in the Province of Ontario, Canada. S...
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TM4 Electrodynamic Systems
TM4 Inc. is a subsidiary of government-owned public utility Hydro-Québec established in 1998, active in the development of electric car motors and related power systems. Hydro-Québec intends to set up...
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North American ice storm of 1998
The North American Ice Storm of 1998 (also known as Great Ice Storm of 1998) was a massive combination of five smaller successive ice storms which combined to strike a relatively narrow swath of land ...
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Unconventional oil
Unconventional oil is petroleum produced or extracted using techniques other than the conventional (oil well) method. Oil industries and governments across the globe are investing in unconventional oi...
List of Canadian electric utilities
This is a list of the electric utilities in Canada.
High-voltage direct current
A high-voltage, direct current (HVDC) electric power transmission system uses direct current for the bulk transmission of electrical power, in contrast with the more common alternating current (AC) sy...
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Climate change in Canada
In Canada mitigation of anthropogenic climate change is being addressed more seriously by the provinces than by the federal government.
In 2000 Canada ranked ninth out of 186 countries in t...
List of power stations in Nunavut
This is a list of electrical generating stations in Nunavut, Canada.The government-owned Qulliq Energy Corporation is the only power generator serving the remote communities of Nunavut. Qulliq, operat...
Qulliq Energy Corporation
Qulliq Energy Corporation (QEC) is a Canadian Crown corporation owned by the Government of Nunavut. It draws its name from the qulliq (kudlik), an Inuit oil lamp. The company uses name Nunavut Power ...
Energy in Canada
Canada is the 5th largest producer of energy in the world, producing about 6% of global energy supplies. It is the world's largest producer of natural uranium, producing one-third of global supply, an...
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List of power stations in the Northwest Territories
This is a list of electrical generating stations in the Northwest Territories, Canada.Although the territory is not connected to the North American power grid, there are two electric networks operatin...
List of power stations in the Northwest Territories - Wikipedia
Northwest Territories Power Corporation
The Northwest Territories Power Corporation (NTPC) was established about 1988 to acquire and operate the former Northern Canada Power Commission (NCPC) assets within the Northwest Territories, which a...
List of power stations in Yukon
This is a list of electrical generating stations in Yukon, Canada.The government-owned Yukon Energy Corporation is the main power generator, while Yukon Electrical Company, a subsidiary of Alberta-bas...
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List of power stations in Saskatchewan
This is a list of power stations in Saskatchewan, Canada.Saskatchewan produces a large share of its electricity through coal. SaskPower, the government-owned public utility is the main power generator...
List of power stations in Saskatchewan - Wikipedia
ATCO
With more than 9,000 employees and assets of approximately $17 billion, ATCO is a diversified global corporation delivering service excellence and innovative business solutions through leading compani...
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