Title: Carbon Capture and Conversion Technologies: Innovations, Challenges and Solutions What: Vancouver Enterprise Forum event When: March 1, 5:00 to 8:30 p.m. Where: VIFF’s Vancity Theatre, 1181 Seymour Street, Vancouver Cost: $55 non-members TO REGISTER An exciting panel of experts
Although the completion date is still a year away, the thought of working in a new state-of-the art carbon capture and conversion piloting facility has Dr. Naoko Ellis energized and ready to tackle global-sized emissions challenges.
This content was provided by Carbon Talks What are the challenges, opportunities, and research pathways for carbon capture and conversion? Even with the ambitious adoption of new and ambitious climate and clean energy policies and technology, many say that we will still lose the race
A team of researchers from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) will test three monitoring technologies at CMC’s Field Research Station in early 2016. Tom Daley, Head of the Geophysics Department at LBNL, and a team comprising three scientists and two technicians will be insta
The past few years have been nothing if not interesting for companies such as CMC who are on the climate change mitigation/innovation frontier. With the advent of $40/barrel oil prices a year ago and recent changes on the political landscape in the province of Alberta, beginning with
The British Geological Survey has been involved in near surface monitoring for CCS for the last 15 years and recently has become active in baseline studies for shale gas and in geothermal projects. An overview of the work will be presented in the context of UK and European developmen
Who: Dr. Matthew A. Pellow, Global Climate and Energy Project at Stanford University What: Are Synthetic Fuels Greener? Cathode Catalyst Performance and Life-Cycle CO2 Emissions Where: Room 202, 2360 East Mall, Chemical and Biological Engineering, UBC When: 4 p.m., Oct. 8, 2015 Dr. Ma
CALGARY, ALBERTA -- A new study on decarbonization pathways shows that Canada can deeply reduce carbon emissions while maintaining a vibrant and prosperous economy.
Difficult? Yes. Impossible? No, says Dave Sawyer, development director for CMC Research Institutes’ Low Carbon Pathwa
An international collaborative research initiative funded by the UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC) got underway at CMC’s Field Research Station in July with the arrival of three University of Bristol seismologists.