Revolutionary technology has potential to substantially reduce oil sands emissions while generating electricity.
Since 2012, members have invested more than $1.8 billion to support 1,143 clean technologies.
Is the oil sands destroying Alberta’s northern forests? Artist Shannon Carla King points out no, using landscape paintings of the wild beauty developing at former oil sands sites.
Ecologist Federico Riva studies butterfly populations to help oil sand producers monitor and protect biodiversity in the boreal forest.
NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE winners CarbonCure and CarbonBuilt each claim US$7.5 million with groundbreaking technologies to turn CO2 emissions into cement.
Perry Berkenpas of the Oil Sands Community Alliance discusses industry’s approach to helping build strong communities through social investments, Indigenous partnerships and a true spirit of collaboration.
New data shows increased Indigenous participation in the oil sands’ far-reaching supply chain, creating jobs and economic opportunity.
As executive director of the Oil Sands Community Alliance, Perry Berkenpas brings a collaborative approach to working with communities while enabling responsible growth of Canada’s oil sands.
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.