Investing in new energy-efficient greenhouse gas mitigation strategies could net oilsands producers significant savings, according to a model developed by a U of A research group.
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By Catherine Tays on July 29, 2020. Cited article: A.K. Katta, M. Davis, V. Subramanyam, A.F. Dar, M.A.H. Mondal, M. Ahiduzzaman, et al. Assessment of energy demand-based greenhouse gas mitigation options for Canada's oil sands J Cleaner Prod, 241 (2019), Article 118306.
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This award is presented to an individual, team, or project that has conducted research in engineering and geoscience that has improved our economic and social well-being.
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  Aired on the Alberta Morning News, October 28, 2017. Amit Kumar is interviewed on recent research on the conversion of biomass to energy and its storage in a bio-battery.
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By Michael Brown on October 25, 2017. 'Biobattery’ pilot plant coming here as a result of UAlberta’s Technology Platform partnership with Germany’s Fraunhofer Society.
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May 31, 2017 By Jayson MacLean. With the newly-formed alliance between BC’s NDP and Green parties set to topple the re-instated Liberal minority government, the showdown over Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is about to ramp to new heights.
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By Bev Betkowski on December 6, 2016. Scientists find pipelines are the greener option for moving high volumes of oil and bitumen over long distances.
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By: Alex Boyd Metro Published on Fri Dec 02 2016. The study argues pipelines are more efficient per unit than rail.
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As the old saying goes, two heads are better than one, so imagine what two research powerhouses can do working together. That’s the idea behind the University of Alberta’s strong partnerships all over the world—global networks that allow us to better tackle some of the biggest issues of our time.
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