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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Published on: December 1, 2016. A University of Alberta study suggests that large-scale pipelines are a more environmentally-friendly way of transporting oil and gas products compared to railways.
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By Helen Metella on February 25, 2015. UAlberta researchers involved in five of seven projects funded by Alberta’s Climate Change Emissions Management Corporation.
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By News Staff on January 19, 2015. UAlberta to receive more than $16M from federal Research Support Program for indirect costs of research.
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January 19, 2015, Edmonton, Alberta–Chairs Secretariat The University of Alberta will receive $16.5 million to support world-class research that creates jobs and prosperity
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PUBLIÉ LE LUNDI 19 JANVIER 2015 Une recherche sur des pipelines pouvant transporter de la paille et des résidus de l'industrie forestière vers des usines de biocarburant est vue d'un bon oeil par le fédéral.
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BY DAREN ZOMERMAN, EDMONTON JOURNAL, AUGUST 12, 2014. Mahdi Vaezi does research on moving biofuels through pipelines in his lab in the University of Alberta’s mechanical engineering building.
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