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Petroleum 101: The many faces of reclamation

From oil sands pit lakes to wellsites and roads, land disturbed by oil and natural gas development is returned to a self-sustaining state.

Five ways to improve your energy literacy

The global energy industry is complex and so are energy issues – but you can easily stay informed with these five energy literacy tips.

COMMENTARY: Catching up to Canada’s climate leadership

Canada’s natural gas and oil industry is demonstrating global leadership in environment, social and governance (ESG) performance.

What can butterflies tell us about the oil sands?

Ecologist Federico Riva studies butterfly populations to help oil sand producers monitor and protect biodiversity in the boreal forest.

Reports recommend recovery actions for NL’s offshore industry

Oil and Gas Recovery Task Force and Premier’s Economic Recovery Team both support the offshore industry.

Offshore emissions reduction research gets major funding

Natural Resources Canada to provide $24.4 million for 16 research, development and demonstration projects.

Carbon capture utilization and storage infographic
What is carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS)?

It’s more than a buzzword: CCUS technologies could enable a future that is both low carbon and energy abundant.

PODCAST: Environmental innovation in Canada’s offshore oil and gas industry

Kieran Hanley of the Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industry Association discusses the latest clean tech innovations to reduce emissions and environmental impact in offshore oil and gas.

Energizing recovery, partnering for prosperity

Canada’s natural gas and oil industry supports businesses and communities across the country – including Ontario

The Carbon XPRIZE winners have concrete climate change solutions

NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE winners CarbonCure and CarbonBuilt each claim US$7.5 million with groundbreaking technologies to turn CO2 emissions into cement.