We are the industrial solutions hub for greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction and carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS). We provide experience, applied research, knowledge and infrastructure to accelerate results.
CMC accelerates carbon emissions reduction and storage solutions by supporting practical, feasible and economically viable implementations to make a global impact. Canada leads the world in GHG reduction and carbon capture, utilization, and storage.
What we do
CMC is a national, not-for-profit organization working to develop and deploy emissions reduction solutions and support the Canadian industry. We assist innovators in developing methane monitoring, carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS), and subsurface monitoring technologies, and provide techno-economic analysis to companies, investors, and governments to direct research, development, investment, and policymaking. CMC aims to move solutions more quickly from research to market, thereby growing the Canadian economy, increasing Canada’s competitiveness in world markets, and supporting practical, feasible, and economically viable industrial emissions reductions.
We provide facilities and expertise to field test, develop, and demonstrate early-stage technologies. We also offer access to scientists, engineers, and technologists who work with partners/clients to select and scale solutions for their facilities.
Our team has over 150 years of experience in carbon capture, utilization and storage, reservoir modelling, sub-surface measurement, monitoring technologies, emissions detection, quantification technologies and measurement methodologies.Get to know the team
Board of Directors
CMC’s Board of Directors reviews and approves our strategic direction; is responsible for our financial performance; and, is accountable for driving long-term success. Their diverse skillsets, experience, and areas of influence are critical in helping CMC meet its legal, financial and operational objectives.Connect with our Board
Beginning in 2009, CMC was formed under the federal Networks of Centres of Excellence program which resulted in the formation of seven start-up companies, four patents, six patent applications, two invention disclosures and one license granted. Since then, CMC has been responsible for over 44 applied-research projects and trained over 5,000 high quality professionals. At the Newell County Facility we have demonstrated 64 prototypes and worked with 167 small to medium-sized enterprises.Find out more about our history
At CMC, we offer advice and expertise on carbon capture, utilization and storage as well as measurement, monitoring and verification technologies. We look to attract those who are science-driven, collaborative and impact-focused.Join CMC