CMC is pleased to announce the appointment of three new members to its Board of Directors. Martin Davies, a Portofilo Manager with Brickburn Asset Management Inc., Dan Zilnik, President of Oil and Gas Sustainability Ltd., and Drew Thompson, Director of Corporate Services for the Law S
Canada can make deep reductions in carbon emissions by 2050 while the economy prospers, but doing so will take stronger policies, new regulations and technology innovation, says a report prepared by CMC Research Institutes.
Expert input is being sought on a Phase 2 deep decarbonization report being developed to reveal resilient decarbonization pathways that can be Final Canada DDPP Country Report July 14 implemented today and scaled to deeper mitigation ambition in the longer term.
Geophysics professor Dave Eaton, University of Calgary, and a team of postdoctoral researchers and students spent three days at a field research station near Brooks this month learning how to install and operate a microseismic system capable of detecting tiny pressure fractures create
CMC is responding to an RFP from the Petroleum Technology Alliance of Canada (PTAC). The goal of the project is to assess the scientific rationale behind flare/vent thresholds in both conventional and unconventional oil and gas development. Do these thresholds change in different juri
A new federal grant for the University of Calgary will provide a comprehensive training opportunity for students working on cheaper, more efficient means of capturing greenhouse gas emissions – that will ultimately help them drive progress in the carbon capture industry.
Dear Friends of CMC, I regret to inform you that CMC is cancelling its annual 2015 conference. The financial challenges facing the Canadian energy industry have had an impact on the conference – resulting in low registration numbers, and low numbers of research presentations and
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