Canada’s oil and natural gas industry invests in innovative solutions that will reduce methane emissions, meet government targets and save money. Talk about a win win.
Major oil sands operator announces funding for CCUS development.
Carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) is key to reducing GHG emissions by 30 megatonnes annually by 2030.
A Harvard study confirms oil and gas companies are leaders in cleantech innovation—and that’s not greenwashing, it’s a verifiable fact.
In Canada, many see a strong future for blue hydrogen, an energy source with low greenhouse gas emissions derived from natural gas.
Despite economic and social impacts of COVID-19, research to decrease emissions and land, water and air impacts continues at Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance.
Technology and innovation are crucial to ongoing emissions reductions — and the industry is on the right path.
Unprecedented challenges were balanced by advances and achievements.
As Canada remains constrained from meeting growing global demand with responsibly produced oil and natural gas, others build mega projects.
Economist Miguel Ouellette of the Montreal Economic Institute discusses how the proposed Clean Fuel Standard could be detrimental to Canada’s recovery with uncertain environmental outcomes.