Reducing greenhouse gas emissions, reclaiming land and lowering water use: learn about Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance
Oil sands producers are studying pit lakes: a solution to land reclamation and the safe handling of tailings.
From eliminating disposable coffee cups to recycling wooden pallets, innovation is key
Now in its tenth year, Faster Forests has resulted in the planting of more than five million trees and innovative approaches to returning lands to nature more effectively.
Milestone a signpost of oil sands innovation, economic impact and commitment to sustainable development
MEG Energy’s Courtney Blackmore discusses how land reclamation works in the oil sands and innovations to reduce impact.
Report endorsed by federal and provincial ministers is loaded with information supporting a vision of Canada as a global energy leader.
In October 2019, Syncrude reached a historic milestone: 3 billion barrels of oil produced.
Through the Oil Sands Vegetation Cooperative, companies work together to bank seeds and reclaim the land using native plant species.
Data from the Government of Canada’s National Inventory Report shows greenhouse gas emissions intensity has fallen significantly in Canada’s oil sands.