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In mid-November, members of the Toronto finance community joined stakeholders from the Canadian carbon capture, utilization and storage sector to discuss ways to grow and strengthen the sector. The primary goal of the workshop was to better understand how to generate investment to move carbon reduction technologies forward. Conversations wit
A sponsorship agreement between Klohn Crippen Berger and CMC Research Institutes (CMC) will further collaborative research to develop and improve monitoring technologies that ensure the safe underground storage of CO2 and other fluids. “We welcome Klohn Crippen Berger’s interest in and support for our program at the Field Research Station,” said Do
Canadian experts gather to discuss economic and business aspects of climate change at this Nov. 24 event. Register soon!
Researchers are testing new geo-electric techniques that could complement seismic monitoring tools used for CCS.
In the first of a series of columns, Richard Adamson writes about CMC's plan to move forward with a new operating model.
Carbon management research in Canada has received a boost with the announcement of $3.75 million in research funding.
James Meadowcroft, at an international meeting in Cardiff, says sustainable place-making is a critical terrain.
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.
Nigel Bankes examines the federal government's coal-fired generation of electricity regulations.