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Canada energy report

  • The federal government targets to reduce GHG emissions by 40-45% in 2030 compared to 2005. It also pledges to have a net-zero electricity mix by 2035 and zero emissions in 2050.
  • Most power production comes from state-owned companies.
  • CNR, Cenovus, and Suncor are the largest oil producers, with almost half of total output.
  • Gas production is dominated by 3 companies, Encana, CNR, and Repsol, which account for 2/3 of the total, while Enbridge is the largest gas distributor.
  • Non-conventional oil provides more than 60% of total oil production.
  • CO2 free sources add up to 82% of the power mix, with a dominant share of hydro (60%).
  • Motor fuel and gas prices have surged since 2020.
  • Energy prices are much lower than in Europe, but generally higher than in the US.
  • Total energy consumption rebounded by 2.4% in 2022.
  • Three quarters of the energy mix still comes from fossil fuels.
  • Electricity will more than double its share in end-use demand by 2050 to 39% in 2050.
  • Fossil fuel use will decline by 56% by 2050.
largest oil reserves in the world (mostly unconventional)
electricity exporter in the world
hydropower producer