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Carbon Capture Project Aims to Reduce Oil Sands’ Carbon Footprint

FuelCell Energy has signed a contract with investment firm Alberta Innovates for an engineering study on fuel cell carbon capture at a Husky Energy-owned heavy oil thermal facility near Lloydminster, Saskatchewan, Canada. The engineering study is part of a multi-phase project to show how commercial-scale fuel cells carbon capture can … Read more »

Oil Sands Companies Pledge Environmental Impact Reduction Targets

Canadian oil sands producers including ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil and Royal Dutch Shell will commit to specific environmental impact reduction targets later this month, The Wall Street Journal reports. The pledges are the result of an industry partnership established two years ago. The companies say water treatment, greenhouse gas emissions, land reclamation … Read more »

GE ecomaginaion challenge

GE Challenge Targets Oil Sands GHG Emissions

General Electric has launched an up to CAD$1 million ecomagination open challenge to help accelerate emissions-reducing technology development in Canada’s oil sands. The Innovation Challenge will target two of the biggest opportunities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the oil sands: new uses for waste heat and improved efficiency of … Read more »

Firebag

Suncor, Shell, Partners Test Water Treatment, Recycling Tech

Suncor Energy and five industry partners have announced a $165 million funding commitment to sanction the construction of a dedicated Water Technology Development Centre (WTDC) to test water treatment and further develop recycling technologies. Partner companies include Canadian Natural Resources, Devon Canada, Nexen Energy ULC, Shell Canada Energy and Husky … Read more »

Oils Sands Industry Unlikely CO2 Recycling Champion

The Canadian oil sands industry, long held up as a pariah by the environmental movement, has recently been the source of a flurry of financial and technical assistance for recycling carbon emissions, The Guardian reports. The impetus for such a seemingly counter-intuitive move appears to be financial, according to the … Read more »