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.
Virtual reality opens doors and answers questions about how Canada’s natural gas and oil are produced safely and sustainably.
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.
Canadian university research group takes global approach to find breakthrough technologies that lower greenhouse gas emissions from oil and natural gas production.
UofC researchers Jacky Wang and Ian Gates are working on a groundbreaking approach that would turn oil reservoirs into emissions-free hydrogen gas mines.
Asphaltene, a carbon-rich bitumen byproduct, could be used to make carbon fibre.
Mike Tourigny believes in the power of disruptive technologies; Acceleware’s use of RF heating for oil sands recovery could be just the ticket to ‘cleaner, better energy.’
Wes Jickling of Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance discusses their one-of-a-kind approach: using shared technologies to reduce GHG, air, water and land impacts across the industry.
Western University researchers look into genome sequencing tech used for wastewater treatment as potential solution to rapid test for COVID-19 antibodies.