Reducing Canada’s production would result in carbon leakage. The responsible thing to do is ensure Canada is a supplier of choice for a lower-carbon future.
What you need to know about new regulations that will broadly increase Canadians’ fuel costs at a difficult time for our economy.
The engineering team at MEG have found a way to reduce steam use in oil sands bitumen recovery. It could reduce direct GHG emissions intensities by over 40 percent.
Recent survey results show Canadians see energy industry as vital to economic recovery.
Reports show rebounding oil sands production and ongoing reduction of greenhouse gas emissions make Canada an energy supplier of choice.
Using hot water instead of steam could dramatically reduce emissions associated with oil sands production—if Hossein Hejazi can find the right recipe of additives.
Stronger than steel, lighter than paper and powered by petroleum.
Some new approaches to emission detection are literally out of this world.
Alberta non-profit focuses on helping industry become ‘carbon positive.’