International participation in the Containment and Monitoring Institute’s research program has grown with the addition of RITE – Japan. The environmental research organization has signed on as a subscriber and RITE Chief Researcher Xue Ziqiu says results from the program conducted at
The deployment of Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) technology in South Africa is gaining momentum. At the request of the stakeholders, a Carbon Capture and Storage Technical Workshop was held in KwaZulu-Natal Province, the area of interest for the Pilot CO2 Storage Project (PCSP).
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. Dr. Catherine Peters, a Professor in the De
An international delegation with experts from Norway, Germany and Ireland toured carbon capture, storage and conversion sites in Western Canada in February. Delegates on the tour, led by Canadian Ambassador to Norway Artur Wilczynsk, had the option of visiting several sites in Calgary
VANCOUVER, B.C., CANADA — A CDN$3 million international collaboration to optimize a novel carbon capture system could reduce the cost of capturing carbon from industrial processes. Although industry and power generation account for 46 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions,
In its ongoing effort to support the development of highly qualified personnel, CMC Research Institutes is working with Mitacs to support two University of Calgary candidates. Roger Mah is a postdoctoral fellow who works for chemistry professor George Shimizu. Gisoo Heydari is a M.Sc.
VANCOUVER (December 1, 2016) – The NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE and CMC Research Institutes today announced a partnership that will support teams competing in a $20M global competition to develop cutting-edge technologies that convert carbon dioxide emissions into high-value products. Unde
The Board of Directors of CMC Research Institutes (CMC) would like to congratulate CMC President Richard Adamson for the 6 years of hard work leading CMC. The Board would like to share that effective December 31, 2016 Richard will no longer be CMC’s President. During his tenure as Man
WHO: Dr. George Shimizu, Professor, University of Calgary, Department of Chemistry DATE: Friday, October 28, 2016 TIME: 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. MDT LOCATION: Rm. C128, CMC Research Institutes, University Research Centre, 3535 Research Road NW, Calgary, AB RSVP: joan.sma