Emissions Reduction Alberta and Alberta Innovates are hosting SPARK 2017, where we are connecting innovators and advancing technology. The conference takes place November 6-8 in Edmonton at the Shaw Conference Centre.
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In its annual sustainability report issued this week, Suncor Energy outlined some of the new technologies it is developing alone or with partners to decrease greenhouse gas emissions from its oilsands operations.
Last year the company announced its goal to reduce the total emission intensity of its oil production and petroleum products by 30 percent by 2030.
Shell has joined Statoil and PG&E as the third oil and gas company to launch a field test of a methane detection system as part of a partnership that includes the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF).
The Methane Detectors Challenge was launched in 2013 by the EDF to help decrease the impact of methane emissions.
When natural gas utility ATCO Ltd. would apply for federal government funding to develop low-carbon technologies, it would sometimes take six or eight months to get a decision.
By then, the technology providers had gone to other funding sources.
Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) and Alberta Innovates are hosting SPARK 2017 — November 6-8 — to support game-changing solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and advance the bioindustrial sector. We sat down with Steve MacDonald, CEO, Emissions Reduction Alberta, to find out more about the upcoming event. Click here to register.
Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) and Alberta Innovates have teamed up to host SPARK 2017. This conference is for researchers and innovators working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) through new products and technologies. It will also include a focus on advancing Alberta's bioindustrial sector.