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Capture & Conversion Institute featured in Vancouver magazine
The Carbon Capture and Conversion Institute has been featured in Business in Vancouver magazine. Read all about the CCCI’s international collaboration with SINTEF, Norway, and Westec Environmental Solutions to develop a novel capture technology.
CREATE program in carbon capture
The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) of Canada established the Collaborative Research and Training Experience (CREATE) Program to produce highly qualified personnel in an area of high strategic value to Canada. The CREATE Training Program in Carbon Capture brings together researchers from science, engineering, political science and business from across Canada studying inter-related aspects of carbon capture. The Program connects to provincial and federal research agencies.
Foresight evident in development of field research station says visiting researcher
A Princeton researcher visiting the Containment and Monitoring Institute’s field research station (FRS) says work at the station will play an important role in the development of large-scale commercial carbon capture and storage (CCS) sites.
Interest in CCS growing in South Africa
A recent CCS workshop in South Africa attracted more than 150 stakeholders, indicating a keen interest in the technology.
Registration open for Decarbonizing Energy and the Environment
The Institute for Integrated Energy Systems at the University of Victoria is hosting its fourth bi-annual conference where industrial and governmental associates can join with academic partners and students to discuss important topics shaping the development of energy systems. Dates: April 27 & 28, 2017.
COSIA Innovation Summit 2017
Oil Sands Innovation Summit 2017, taking place on March 21 and 22 in Calgary, brings together some of the best minds working in oil sands and from global environmental research and technology development to discuss ideas and showcase some of the latest efforts underway to improve environmental performance in the oil sands.
Still time to register for Future of Oil & Gas 2017
Join the Canadian oil and gas industry’s most innovative and forward-looking companies to dissect and debate how Canadian oil and gas companies must navigate the global energy transition through their approach to innovation, commercialization and productivity. The January 17th event will feature industry experts, innovators, disruptor and out-of-the-box keynotes.
Workshop to focus on methane emissions regulations
A one-day workshop titled Alberta’s Methane Reduction Strategy and Your Business is being planned for February 10 in Drayton Valley. This interactive event is an opportunity to learn about emerging methane management regulations, provide feedback to their development, explore potential business opportunities, and network with other technology development and implementation leaders. Registration opens January 3, 2017.
Registration open for Oil Sands Innovation Summit 2017
Hosted by COSIA, Alberta Innovates and Natural Resources Canada, the March 21-22 Innovation Summit will put the spotlight on how innovators from industry, research, government, academia, and the service and technology sectors from around the globe are improving the way the oil sands are produced making them more cost effective and reducing the impact on land, water, tailings and Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions.
2017 CCUS Conference call for abstracts is open
The 2017 Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage Conference is seeking abstract proposals for both oral and poster presentations for its 16th annual conference, planned for April of 2017 in Chicago, IL.
Alberta’s BURNCO installs carbon recycling technology and competes in $20M NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE
Calgary, AB – BURNCO Rock Products, a ready mixed concrete provider headquartered in Calgary, has been selected as a semi-finalist in the global NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE competition as a member of Team CarbonCure. BURNCO has installed CarbonCure’s carbon dioxide (CO2) recycling technology and will supply the Calgary construction market with low carbon concrete as it competes in the global competition that’s been heralded as the “Nobel Prize” of the carbon industry.