A research group is completing case studies on six different energy developments across Canada.
Cooking oil, graphene among prize entry ideas aimed at power plants.
Directed at researchers and companies focusing on industrial bioproducts or technologies.
Husky Energy estimates up to 250,000 litres of oil and diluent spilled into the North Saskatchewan River.
2010 pipeline rupture sent three-million litres of crude oil into the Kalamazoo River and a tributary creek.
Review will determine whether to keep the 2025 fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions targets in place or change them.
Ill-fated oil pipeline is the only detailed reference to Canada in the 66-page document.
Co-lead is one of Canada’s most prominent environmental activists, Tzeporah Berman.
Oil and gas industry will not be able to begin working on new projects without waiting until the end of the year.
LNG Canada put the brakes on its Kitimat project because of weak global prices.
Provincial government says the network of public stations will help address “range anxiety.”
Low oil prices mean there is enough transport capacity without the need for new pipelines, memo says.
Shelves plans to restart part of its Alberta oil sands operations damaged by a blast in January that killed two workers.
Alberta is introducing two royalty programs to encourage the energy sector to spend more on developments.
Lawsuit alleges facility had inadequate safety standards.