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Butterfly in the oil sands
What can butterflies tell us about the oil sands?

Ecologist Federico Riva studies butterfly populations to help oil sand producers monitor and protect biodiversity in the boreal forest.

Cenovus Energy to help address Indigenous housing shortage

Oil sands company to provide homes, jobs and training in northern Alberta

Energy-efficient design, retrofits and hydro power: Encana

Encana’s three largest gas processing facilities in B.C. have reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 860,000 tonnes per year.

Building a low emissions gas plant in Dawson Creek: ARC Resources

ARC Resources lowers greenhouse gas emissions at its Dawson Creek natural gas facility using a variety of technologies.

Using drones to track GHGs: Canbriam, Progress and ARC Resources

Canbriam Energy, Progress Energy and ARC Resources collaborate with Geoscience BC on innovative greenhouse gas mapping tool.

Using solar and more efficient compressor engines: Canadian Natural

Canadian Natural reduces emissions at its B.C. natural gas plants using solar, hydro and REMVue fuel management systems.

Designing a low emissions natural gas plant in B.C.: Shell

Hydroelectricity and next-generation well design are reducing greenhouse gas emissions at Shell’s B.C. natural gas operations.

Creating the world’s largest protected area of boreal forest

Alberta and federal governments, Syncrude, Tallcree First Nation and Nature Conservancy of Canada partner to protect boreal lands.

Carbon Capture and Storage at Quest

At Quest, carbon capture and storage technologies are being used to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Join the movement: Canada’s Energy Citizens

Here’s how you can show your support for a strong Canadian oil and natural gas industry.