Carbon capture Alberta’s key element
Province hitches success of new climate change plan to capture and storage technology, Stelmach says there’s enough ‘hot air’ about climate change, his goal is ‘realistic’ and free of political rhetoric and will strike balance between environment, economy
For Petroleum News
Having ruffled Alberta’s oil and gas industry with North America’s first mandatory greenhouse gas emission targets and infuriated the sector with a new royalty framework, Premier Ed Stelmach has apparently decided it’s time to go soft.
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