COSIA’s new pilot program is designed to help innovators fast track technology development and reach pilot – the critical testing of new technology in the field – sooner.
C-FER is working more and more in the area of geothermal energy. It’s a renewable, clean energy source that can replace other energy sources and cut GHG emissions.
What if there was a technology that removed carbon dioxide (a greenhouse gas) from the natural gas that commonly fuels industrial facilities, preventing carbon dioxide emissions from being produced? And what if this technology also delivered a valuable by-product from the captured carbon that could be used in other industries?
Oil sands pit lakes are the most studied and researched pit lakes in the world!
The Oil Sands Monitoring Program is a unique, national collaborative effort with multiple partners, including the Alberta Energy Regulator, Indigenous and Métis communities, and industry.
Yagmur Babaoglu’s research looked at two important parameters: how fast water moved in tailings deposits and how easily tailings would compress.
In 2020, 57 active Tailings projects were underway through COSIA at a cost of $150 million. Since 2012, COSIA members have invested $826 million in 228 contributed tailings technologies.