Read this post report providing insights into leading edge and future-oriented research on low carbon transport, along with their implications for Alberta—including the challenges of developing biofuels, lithium, and hydrogen industries within Alberta.
How much U.S. companies increased hedged vol. since 2017. Why gas companies were far more inclined to hedge production than more oil-focused counterparts? Top 10 O&G hedgers by volume heading into Q4 2018.
The oil and gas industry is responsible for 42 per cent of methane released into the atmosphere, says
Environment Canada, so reducing emissions from industry facilities has great potential to further position Alberta as a clean energy supplier in the future.How can we accelerate progress and thrive in a more competitive, low carbon future?
The global energy ecosystem is transitioning to lower a carbon future in an effort to battle climate change, presenting opportunities and challenges for Alberta's energy producers and suppliers. Learn more about the Energy.AI workshop and the key recommendations by downloading the post report today!
Digital Disruption: Adapting to an Era of Rapid Digitization
Digitalization of the energy industry will have a profound effect on aspects of operational efficiency, capital, operating and general and administrative cost reduction, and environmental performance, presenting both risk and opportunity to Canada's oil and gas sector. PTAC’s Digital Disruption workshop highlighted the potential and challenges digitalization offers. Learn more by downloading the post report today.
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