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Let's get moving in the oil sands: infrastucture in Northern Alberta

Canada - September 7 2012 Billions of dollars in oil sands investment will result in hydrocarbon production in northern Alberta rising by an estimated 2.5 million bpd by 20201, and by as much as 6.0 million bpd in the Athabasca Oil Sands Area (AOSA) by 2045....

Garth E. Parker, Maral H. Dolatabadi.

Carbon capture and storage - an Alberta perspective

Canada - July 9 2012 Carbon capture and storage is a process that first captures and then sequesters industrial carbon dioxide emissions before release into the atmosphere....

Garth E. Parker, Nadia Conforti.

Carbon capture and storage - an Alberta perspective

Canada - May 25 2012 Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a process that first captures and then sequesters industrial carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions before release into the atmosphere....

Garth E. Parker, Nadia Conforti.

Oil sands extraction technologies: perception and production

Canada - March 16 2011 A group in the United States recently launched the "Rethink Alberta" campaign which urged tourists to avoid Alberta until the Province cleans up and minimizes the environmental impact of oil sands production operations....

Garth E. Parker, Melanie Condic.

International investment in Alberta's oil sands

Canada - November 24 2010 There is a growing trend in Alberta's oil sands, one of the world's largest sources of oil reserves, for companies and projects to welcome overseas investment to fund major developments in preference to traditional domestic and U.S. sources....

Garth E. Parker.