It’s been almost two years since we published a major feature piece on Canada’s energy sector: A Q&A that focused on Australian companies as well. And over that time, much of our coverage universe in both countries of producers, drillers, midstream service providers and even downstream companies have rated sells.
The main reason: Historically, when the US energy sector has caught a cold, its counterpart in Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan has routinely come down with pneumonia.
The US has historically imported more oil and gas from Canada than any other country. According to Canadian government statistics, some 81 percent of the country’s crude oil production flowed to the lower 48 states in 2019, as did 45 percent of natural gas. The oil fed 23 percent of US consumption and gas 9 percent.
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