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Indigenous cleantech company’s journey toward solving the challenge of oil sands tailings

Paul Pede and Ontario-based Carbonix are developing cleantech that turns an oil and gas byproduct, petroleum coke, into a material used to treat industrial waste, including oil sands tailings.

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Canadian collaboration advances ‘turquoise’ hydrogen solution

Montreal-based cleantech firm KWI Polymers partners with Suncor in developing world-class technology for low-emissions hydrogen from natural gas.

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The making of CRIN, and a clean energy future for Canadian oil and gas

How a six-year journey to create a new collective of people and organizations matters to industry’s climate and cleantech ambitions.

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Two major Canadian industries both focus on continuous improvement

Canada’s energy and road building industries have more in common than you might think.

PODCAST: Meet CAPP’s new CEO Lisa Baiton

The new president and CEO of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers discusses priorities like industry’s role as a solutions partner in reducing GHG emissions and working to provide global energy security.

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PODCAST: John Brogly of Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance

Brogly discusses 10 years of oil sands producers working together on environmental solutions.

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PODCAST: Mark Plamondon on opportunities in the Alberta Industrial Heartland

How Alberta’s hydrocarbon processing region can drive economic growth and help reduce global greenhouse gas emissions through carbon capture and other innovation opportunities.

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Training is key to Pacific marine pilots’ tanker safety success

Marine pilots on Canada’s West Coast have an exceptional safety record in the world’s largest pilot-mandatory zone for large vessels including oil tankers.

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Profile: Mark Plamondon and the Alberta Industrial Heartland Association

Refining, petrochemicals and processing add further value, creating jobs and economic benefits to Canada’s oil and natural gas resources.