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Myth: Divesting from oil and natural gas reduces GHG emissions

A Harvard study confirms oil and gas companies are leaders in cleantech innovation—and that’s not greenwashing, it’s a verifiable fact.

New technology concentrates CO2 emissions to aid carbon conversion

One of a kind unit installed at the Alberta Carbon Conversion Technology Centre will help advance a range of clean technologies to capture industrial carbon emissions.

Using nanomaterials for carbon capture breakthrough

Vancouver-based Svante is a Canadian clean-tech startup with a bold approach for eliminating industrial greenhouse gas emissions before they hit the smokestack.

PODCAST: How innovation can make cleaner natural gas and oil

Bryan Helfenbaum of Alberta Innovates takes on ‘advanced hydrocarbons’ in a quest to lower emissions and reduce environmental impacts from natural gas and oil production.

Oil & Gas 101: Hydrogen

In Canada, many see a strong future for blue hydrogen, an energy source with low greenhouse gas emissions derived from natural gas.

Study highlights ongoing improvements in oil sands emissions

Technology and innovation are crucial to ongoing emissions reductions — and the industry is on the right path.

Giant Russian oil development = carbon leakage?

As Canada remains constrained from meeting growing global demand with responsibly produced oil and natural gas, others build mega projects.

Industry recommendations to improve the Clean Fuel Standard

As proposed, the CFS will raise costs without effective emissions reduction — but it can be improved.

COSIA’s annual report spotlights ongoing innovation success

Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance members collaborate to share breakthrough technologies that reduce overall environmental impacts.

VIDEO: Why more Canadian natural gas and oil can reduce GHGs

Reducing Canada’s production would result in carbon leakage. The responsible thing to do is ensure Canada is a supplier of choice for a lower-carbon future.