Researchers are developing an affordable, energy efficient and ultra-sensitive nano-sensor that has the potential to detect even one molecule of carbon dioxide.
New economic models will examine benefits and costs of carbon pricing policies.
Researchers are working to add fibre optic sensors to an already-patented CO2 monitoring system for improved performance.
Researchers are testing new geo-electric techniques that could complement seismic monitoring tools used for CCS.
Dr. Guy Mercier at INRS is leading an international project to reduce CO2 emissions using pulverized rock.
Carbon management research in Canada has received a boost with the announcement of $3.75 million in research funding.
Michael Hitch, at UBC's Norman B. Keevil Institute of Mining Engineering, says an economic value should be placed on the CO2 storage potential of mine waste.
Public awareness and acceptance of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) as a tool to combat climate change is higher in Saskatchewan and Alberta than the rest of Canada, concludes a national …
In a lab-to-field collaboration headed by the University of Victoria’s Peter Wild, researchers are pioneering the first fibre-optic system designed to monitor carbon dioxide at underground …
University of Saskatchewan geological engineering researcher Chris Hawkes is putting the squeeze on rocks in a project that will involve laboratory testing and the development of new, …