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The vast economic opportunities created by Canada’s oil sands operations also bring real challenges, including impacts on air quality, water and land.
In response, various industry and government-led initiatives are identifying new ways to drive environmental performance through regulation, natural resource management and technology. One such response includes carbon capture and storage (CCS) initiatives, exemplified by two projects committed by the province of Alberta, Canada, which will help reduce carbon dioxide emissions from oil sands refining.
April 4, 2014
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