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Giant Russian oil development = carbon leakage?

As Canada remains constrained from meeting growing global demand with responsibly produced oil and natural gas, others build mega projects.

PODCAST: How the CFS could hurt Canada’s economic recovery

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.

PODCAST: Carbon XPRIZE finalist CERT converts CO2 into ethylene

Meet Alex Ip, working on a potentially game-changing technology to remove GHG emissions from the atmosphere and create industrial chemicals used in a wide range of products.

COSIA’s annual report spotlights ongoing innovation success

Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance members collaborate to share breakthrough technologies that reduce overall environmental impacts.

Where in the world are methane emissions?

Methane is a greenhouse gas byproduct of oil and gas operations. See how Canada is a world leader at reducing and eliminating methane.

eMVAPEX: Cleantech that could lower greenhouse gas emissions

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.

Natural gas and oil crucial to Canada’s economic recovery

Vision document outlines industry’s huge potential to create new jobs and government revenues, while addressing emissions.

Oil sands trends: Increased production, reduced emissions

Reports show rebounding oil sands production and ongoing reduction of greenhouse gas emissions make Canada an energy supplier of choice.

Myth: Liquefied natural gas creates more GHG emissions than coal

Some environmental groups say LNG is worse for the environment than coal. Here are the facts.