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In this blog, Prof. Shawn Fluker considers a California court's judicial review decision that may hold relevance for Alberta.
Dr. Warren Mabee of Queen's University is working with Lafarge Canada to test low carbon fuels for cement production
CMC partners with Lafarge Canada Inc, Natural Resources Canada, the Queen's Institute for Energy and Environmental Policy to develop innovative solutions to power Lafarge cement plant.
Law Prof. Nigel Bankes writes a recent ERCB decision points to a gap in the regulatory framework for Alberta CO2-EOR projects.
Two CMC investigators present on research using mine waste rock and tailings for accelerated carbon mineralization
The energy industry will have to focus on developing new partnerships according to speakers at a recent conference in Beijing
CMC is working hard to develop a new high-impact, sustainable business model, writes MD Richard Adamson
Stanford Centre for Carbon Storage and CMC sign MOU to help build and strengthen relationship
CMC students say they look forward to networking with international colleagues at energy summer school
HQP have just six weeks left to apply for CMC’s International Exchange Subsidy Program for travel to one of three international institutions.
Applications are being accepted for the Chair and Director of Energy Lancaster. The deadline to apply is April 1, 2013.
Bob Mitchell, Senior Director at ConocoPhillips Canada, will give a talk examining innovation in the oil sands sector on April 5, 2013.
The recent cancellation of the Swan Hills syngas project, with Carbon Capture and Storage, should not be regarded as a vote of non-confidence in CCS technology.
CMC researchers take a global look at strategies for energy efficiencies in this recent paper.
Universities must go beyond producing papers and trained students in this era of global scale issues.