Canada

Canada has significant reserves of natural resources that make it one of the largest producers in the world as well as a considerable consumer of energy. Canada’s primary energy mix is fragmented into different energy sources. Its primary energy mix includes crude oil, hydroelectricity, natural gas and coal. In addition, the country marginally depends on nuclear and other renewable resources. Canadian government has planned to improve its nuclear power generation capacity for long-term energy security.

 

(from GlobalData)