How carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) is attracting growing attention in the drive to cut greenhouse house gas emissions—and how we could build on a made-in-Canada advantage.
It looks like smoke, but actually it’s mostly something both common and harmless: steam.
Buses and trucks, even ferries switch from diesel to natural gas to reduce emissions.
It’s used for more than cooking steaks on the barbecue; for farms and remote communities, it’s an essential fuel.
In Canada, many see a strong future for blue hydrogen, an energy source with low greenhouse gas emissions derived from natural gas.
Despite economic and social impacts of COVID-19, research to decrease emissions and land, water and air impacts continues at Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance.
Oilfield service workers tasked to decommission an old wellsite find a new home for a colony of bees.
Orphan Well Association works to remove, reclaim and return well sites to landowners and nature.
Lars DePauw of the Orphan Well Association explains how support from industry and government are helping accelerate the pace of reclamation, which is good news for landowners, the environment and workers.