Canadian Energy Supply Chain Forum highlights technology development to close productivity gaps and keep costs in check.
PM insists no new Canadian emissions rules for energy sector until US takes action.
Will purchase more wind power credits and continue to use hydropower.
Says the generated electricity produces 3.6 times more soot, smog deaths.
BC Natural Gas Minister Rich Coleman said deal will strengthen the Kitimat LNG project.
Wants to increase capacity to 221 million cubic feet per day.
It extends the life of granular activated carbon used to treat municipal and industrial exhausts.
Meanwhile, four provincial governments have pledged to speed up GHG emission reductions at climate conference in Peru.
Legislation makes companies liable for costs and damages.
Envoys explain how emissions will be cut 17% by 2020.