Revolutionary technology has potential to substantially reduce oil sands emissions while generating electricity.
Shell announces a second carbon capture and storage project at the Scotford refinery complex.
Clean Canadian liquefied natural gas (LNG) to be exported to Asian markets
Pembina Pipeline and TC Energy plan to construct a carbon capture, utilization and sequestration system to reduce Alberta’s overall emissions.
Canada’s oil and natural gas industry demonstrates transparency and performance with its report on emissions.
Since 2012, members have invested more than $1.8 billion to support 1,143 clean technologies.
While other countries increased GHG-emission-causing flaring activities, Canada’s flaring fell 42 percent despite increased production.
Correcting Alberta’s current price on upgraded bitumen to reflect market prices would promote oil sands investment, employment and government revenues.
Report calls for a complete transformation of the global energy system but offers little insight on how that could be achieved.