Brogly discusses 10 years of oil sands producers working together on environmental solutions.
COSIA was formally created on March 1, 2012 and the new organization quickly began mobilizing the world’s best minds from industry, government, academia and the public to create breakthrough science and technologies.
PTRC brings together researchers, producers and other partners to analyze unique challenges and opportunities across the province.
Several promising innovations have emerged including satellite and drones sensor platforms, long range open path laser gas analysis, and atmospheric computer modeling.
Clean Resource Innovation Network funds AI, robotics used to reduce emissions, improve safety in oil and gas production.
This has been a tumultuous year for Canada’s natural gas and oil industry, with challenges balanced by solutions and a strong look to the future.
The executive director of Advanced Hydrocarbons at Alberta Innovates speaks about progress on emissions-reduction technologies and value-added uses for bitumen.
Ontario high-tech firm Validere to develop real-time data tracking so customers can purchase responsibly sourced natural gas.
Michael Wendlandt is a MSc student at the University of Calgary under Jan Ciborowski, Professor, NSERC/COSIA Industrial Research Chair in Oil Sands Wetland Reclamation.