'We know it's safe because we know exactly where all the CO2 is'
Global impact: Why Beth (Hardy) Valiaho says Canada’s success with carbon capture and storage can help the world
‘Our ability to take lessons learned and bring them to these other countries cannot be overlooked’
First large-scale solvent assisted SAGD project to start operations by year end
Canada's oil and gas industry accounted for a third of all environmental protection spending between 2018 and 2020
Alberta Carbon Trunk Line has already removed the equivalent emissions of more than 890,000 vehicles
'Continuing to do CCUS right ensures Canadians will continue to thrive with our economy and climate'
Alberta energy producers expected to spend $730 million this year developing hydrogen, geothermal, lithium and helium resources
‘We can capture emissions and transport and store them permanently in the subsurface’
Coalition seeks to give a voice to those apprehensive about sharing opinions on a tricky issue
‘The Canadian energy space unfortunately gets a bad rap in terms of its media narrative’