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Using chicken feathers to purify oil sands process water

Aman Ullah’s team of UofA researchers have found the feathers contain powerful ingredients that can clean water from oil sands operations.

How molecular science could help produce cleaner bitumen

University of Alberta researcher Hongbo Zeng is working on a way to remove particles from bitumen to improve downstream refining.

U of A scientists explore future energy systems

Innovative program explores full range of solutions including responsible development of hydrocarbon energy.

Arman Hemmati: Assistant Professor in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Alberta, in Front of an Enhanced Pipeline Design.
Making oil sands pipelines operate more sustainably

UofA researcher Arman Hemmati is working on an enhanced pipeline design that could make bitumen-carrying pipelines more efficient.

COSIA: Creating Natural Habitat an Exacting Science

The process of returning land to nature is called land reclamation and it’s an exacting science

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.

VR takes viewers to the heart of energy production

Virtual reality opens doors and answers questions about how Canada’s natural gas and oil are produced safely and sustainably.

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.

Unlocking clean hydrogen from heavy oil reservoirs

UofC researchers Jacky Wang and Ian Gates are working on a groundbreaking approach that would turn oil reservoirs into emissions-free hydrogen gas mines.

‘Tuning’ rock for easier oil recovery, less energy intensity

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.