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Don Lawton and Rick Chalaturnyk presented research results from two CO2 monitoring projects.
Canada’s competitive advantage in carbontech
New CMC report highlights country’s strengths in CCUS development.
Stephen Lougheed announced as CMCRI President and CEO
Stephen Lougheed, who held leadership roles at Alberta Innovates – Technology Futures and Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute, is the new President and CEO of CMCRI.
Optasense joins Joint Industry Project at the Field Research Station
CMC Research Institutes is pleased to announce that OptaSense has signed an agreement to join the research program at CaMI’s Field Research Station.
New members add energy, experience to CMC Research Institutes’ board
CMC Research Institutes is pleased to announce the appointment of three new members to the company’s board of directors, effective August 2020.
CCUS finance workshop report now available
At a fall workshop, 40 stakeholders explored challenges facing financiers when faced with carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) investment opportunities.
CMCRI receives $2.7 million investment
CMC Research Institutes recently received a $2.7 million investment through Western Economic Diversification Canada.
Agreement signed with Foresight Cleantech Accelerator
CMC Research and Foresight Cleantech Accelerator are partnering to grow the carbon capture and conversion industry in Canada.
CMCRI publishes CCUS Primer
A report published by CMCRI and Canadian Business for Corporate Responsibility unpacks the CCUS industry in Canada and concludes we are well-positioned to develop, commercialize and export these technologies.
New capture membrane tested at CMCRI’s carbon capture and conversion test centre
Carbon Upcycling Technologies recently tested a novel carbon capture technology at CMCRI’s test centre in Richmond, B.C.