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This fall, CMC became an Associate Member of Canada's Oil Sands Innovation Alliance.
Peter Wild, from the University of Victoria, was in Alberta recently to field-test his novel fiber-optic sensor technology.
Two CMC-funded researchers are among those named by the Royal Society of Canada for their outstanding contributions.
Group seeks non-confidential descriptions of technologies focused on innovative approaches to heating bitumen reservoirs for in situ production.
Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA) is an alliance of oil sands producers focused on accelerating the pace of improvement in environmental performance in Canada’s oil sands through collaborative action and innovation. COSIA has developed a planning framework that helps define Members’ collective priorities and highlights a pa
Technology commercialization is the focus of Jeff Reading, CMC's new Business Development Director.
Careful planning required when compensating communities for CCS projects says GHGT 12 conference speaker.
The first COSIA Innovation Summit will take place on March 31 to April 2, 2015 at the Banff Springs Hotel.
Canadian experts gather to discuss economic and business aspects of climate change at this Nov. 24 event. Register soon!
The UKCCSRC is very excited to launch the second call for applications to the UKCCSRC International Research Collaboration Fund. Click HERE for further details. This fund offers a mechanism for UK based researchers working within the academic UK CCS community to collaborate with other CCS researchers around the world. Awards are available for a du
By Sian Twinning on 07 October 2014. Last night was the UKCCSRC reception to celebrate their collaboration with CMC Research Institute (formerly Carbon Management Canada) and CO2CRC. It is a great refection on the diversity of the GHGT-12 delegates that they chose this conference to hold their meeting and announce the ‘Holy Trinity of research grou
John Loughhead, CMC board member and Executive Director at the UK Energy Research Centre, is the UK's new Chief Scientific Advisor.
Reprinted from The PEG magazine, Fall edition, with permission from Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) Author: Corinne Lutter, Member and Internal Communications Coordinator, APEGA More and more often, carbon dioxide and other fluids are being injected underground. Now, a new field station will allow research
Author: Richard Adamson, CMC Managing Director Richard Adamson was in New York the week of Sept. 22 for meetings with Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project participants. At the same time, the UN Climate Summit and many other climate-related events were occurring. Below are Richard’s reflections based on the week. OK. It’s 3 am and I’m packi
One of the lasting legacies of Carbon Management Canada will surely be its interdisciplinary network of researchers, of research organizations, and of industry and government stakeholders. The ability to source experts for challenge-driven projects is illustrated in a contract CMC recently managed for two Calgary organizations. Pipeline corrosion i