Ever wonder how energy travels from under the ground... into your hands?
There are many types of oil and natural gas - and Canada has them all.
Fracopedia answers your questions about hydraulic fracturing in Canada.
Canada ranks third in the world for crude oil supply, with 174 billion barrels of reserves.
Going somewhere? Watch our FUEL video to see how oil and natural gas will get you there.
Canada is fortunate to have crude oil and natural gas resources under parts of every province and territory - and off each of our eastern, western and northern coasts.
When it comes to oil and natural reserves and production, Canada really adds up.
PatchWorks explains how the oil patch works, in a single page, every month.
Hydraulic fracture fluid is a mixture made of approximately 99.5% water and sand.
The Hydraulic Fracturing Code of Conduct was developed with community input. Find out what it means for you.
We’ve come a long way since the first oil well was drilled in 1858.
More than half a million people work directly or indirectly for the oil and natural gas industry, right across the country. Find out who's who.
Even if you don’t drive a car or carry your groceries home in plastic bags, you still use dozens - or even hundreds - of petroleum-based products every day.
Canada has 100+ years of natural gas supply.
Our oil and natural gas industry has a track record of making enormous economic contributions that benefit all Canadians.
Hydraulic fracturing FAQs and straight-forward answers.
All oil and natural gas operations, including hydraulic fracturing are strictly regulated in Canada.
What’s up - or should we say down - with the price of gasoline?
In 2013, Canada's oil and natural gas industry paid a total of $18 billion to federal, provincial and local governments in the form of taxes and royalties.
Community Partners is the industry-wide, in-the-field program that promotes courteous behaviour in areas of oil and natural gas activity.
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