This workshop will provide small and mid-sized producers with the tools they need to proactively plan for compliance with the upcoming methane regulations in Canada.
What are the global trends shaping clean tech investment? How can you build a successful venture in this space leveraging Alberta’s strengths and incumbent energy industry partners? On the shoulder of Energy Disruptors join Andrée-Lise Méthot, Zoë Kolbuc, Jane Humberstone, Jeff Reading, and Joy Romero, for a panel discussion of these and other topics on Wednesday, May 16 8-10am.
COSIA’s Land Environmental Priority Area (EPA) is focused on reducing the footprint intensity and impact of oil sands mining and in situ operations on the land and wildlife of northern Alberta. Through this E-Seminar, Representatives from COSIA’s Land EPA Steering Committee will share a detailed account of all the work performed during the exploration, development and production phases of a generic in situ oil sands project over a 30 year horizon. The presentation will showcase a typical in situ oil sands project to provide a framework for discussing policies related to oil sands lease tenure, caribou range planning and other related oil sands policies.
The Clean Resource Innovation Network (CRIN) is hosting a webinar on May 10, 2018 from 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM (MST) with David Watters, CEO, and Adam Jarvis, VP Policy and Research, of Global Advantage Consulting Group who will take you through the innovation and economic development related components of the 2018 federal budget.
An information webinar about our Climate Change Innovation and Technology Framework (CCITF) funding programs.
Report from Canadian Business Members of the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition (CPLC) to Minister McKenna and CPLC Membership
Canada’s producers are innovating to produce low- or no-carbon oil and natural gas. They say it’s not only possible—it’s inevitable.
We invite start-ups and venture companies to present at OGCI Climate Investments’ Venture Day on Monday 25 June 2018 in Washington, DC, USA.
CRIN will invest to advance technology solutions that are mapped against industry priorities and are aimed to address environmental and cost competitiveness challenges.
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The oil and gas industry has struggled to shrug off the perception that it is an innovation laggard, too slow to keep on the leading-edge of innovation.
When it comes to reducing the environmental footprint of the oil sands, how do we do things better? COSIA’s answer – we’re better together. COSIA extends its community, beyond the alliance, through the new Clean Resource Innovation Network.
It has no executive director, president or staff. But it’s a network in the truest sense. And its challenges are significant and ambitious. Its objectives will positively reshape the way Canadians think about energy.