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.
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
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.