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Reducing methane emissions: A path to fighting climate change while becoming more competitive

Canada’s oil and natural gas industry invests in innovative solutions that will reduce methane emissions, meet government targets and save money. Talk about a win win.

Steve Froehler looks to eliminate oilfield emissions with revolutionary solar-powered technology

Ultra energy efficient solar tech can run oil field technology even with limited daylight: meaning fewer emissions even in remote northern operations.

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Innovation spotlight: New tool helps co-ordinate complex teams

From site remediation to emergency response, effective communication makes for better environmental performance.

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Fuel cell technology reaches research milestone

Revolutionary technology has potential to substantially reduce oil sands emissions while generating electricity.

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New CCS facility planned for Alberta’s industrial heartland

Shell announces a second carbon capture and storage project at the Scotford refinery complex.

Proposed Woodfibre LNG project to start construction in 2021

Clean Canadian liquefied natural gas (LNG) to be exported to Asian markets

Proposed Alberta Carbon Grid could capture emissions from many industrial sources

Pembina Pipeline and TC Energy plan to construct a carbon capture, utilization and sequestration system to reduce Alberta’s overall emissions.

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Study shows oil sands emissions are comparable to other North America crudes

Canada’s oil and natural gas industry demonstrates transparency and performance with its report on emissions.

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What if countries reduced flaring like Canada?

While other countries increased GHG-emission-causing flaring activities, Canada’s flaring fell 42 percent despite increased production.

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Petroleum 101: What’s Bitumen Valuation Methodology (BVM)?

Correcting Alberta’s current price on upgraded bitumen to reflect market prices would promote oil sands investment, employment and government revenues.