Capp oil sands emissions

But the world is also going to need oil and natural gas for a very long time,” says Tim McMillan, president and CEO of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP). So how can we meet the world’s energy needs while responding to the climate change challenge through reduced GHG emissions?

CAPP's estimate for industry capital spending on oil sands development is $13 While it is important to put the oil sands GHG emissions in context, and there  greenhouse gas emissions, and tailings production associated oilsands emissions today represent a fraction of global Petroleum Producers (CAPP). declined since the onset of Alberta oil sands production, belying concerns that CAPP) and total Canadian emission inventory data for Pb and Hg (black lines;  HELPING TO CLEAR THE AIR ON OIL SANDS EMISSIONS: NATURAL GAS DECARBONIZATION. Climate change is one of the most significant issues of our time 

greenhouse gas emissions, and tailings production associated oilsands emissions today represent a fraction of global Petroleum Producers (CAPP).

13 Mar 2016 setting of a 100 megatonne (Mt) hard cap on annual carbon emissions from the oil sands, and the phase-out of all coal- fired generating plants  1 Dec 2015 A hard cap on oilsands emissions that became part of Alberta Premier Rachel Notley's climate change plan was the product of secret  20 May 2019 (CAPP) estimates oil sands constitute 10 per cent of total Canadian 2016 methane emissions with other upstream non-oil sands production  23 Jul 2019 CAPP - Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. CO2 - Carbon dioxide frequency (SIF) and oil sands emissions intensity - to reflect the. 27 Jan 2017 This includes the implementation of a new carbon price on greenhouse gas pollution for all emitters, a legislated annual oil sands emission  Appendix A: Greenhouse gas intensity of oil sands production; Appendix B: IHS Markit method to upstream oil sands emission estimation is available upon  Oil Sands GHG Emissions While the oil sands have been painted as a high emitter of greenhouse gases, in reality, oil sands developments only account for 10% of Canada’s GHG emissions and about 0.15% of global GHG emissions.

Canada's oil sands CO2 emissions are significantly higher than indicated by industry data collected using internationally recommended methods, according to a study published Tuesday.

27 Jan 2017 This includes the implementation of a new carbon price on greenhouse gas pollution for all emitters, a legislated annual oil sands emission  Appendix A: Greenhouse gas intensity of oil sands production; Appendix B: IHS Markit method to upstream oil sands emission estimation is available upon  Oil Sands GHG Emissions While the oil sands have been painted as a high emitter of greenhouse gases, in reality, oil sands developments only account for 10% of Canada’s GHG emissions and about 0.15% of global GHG emissions.

Oil sands growth, either planned or under construction, represents roughly 2.7 million barrels a day, leading to “significant risk that Alberta’s cap on emissions will be exceeded in 2030,” Mr.

Setting the Record Straight: Lifecycle Emissions of Tar Sands 12 CAPP (2008), Environmental Challenges and Progress in Canada's Oil Sands, Canadian 

Canada produces less than 1.5% of the world’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Of that, Canada’s oil and natural gas industry produces about 0.3% of overall global GHG emissions. Canadian GHG Emissions in Global Context. Source: Environment and Climate Change Canada, 2019 & World Resources Institute, 2016

23 Jul 2019 CAPP - Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. CO2 - Carbon dioxide frequency (SIF) and oil sands emissions intensity - to reflect the. 27 Jan 2017 This includes the implementation of a new carbon price on greenhouse gas pollution for all emitters, a legislated annual oil sands emission  Appendix A: Greenhouse gas intensity of oil sands production; Appendix B: IHS Markit method to upstream oil sands emission estimation is available upon  Oil Sands GHG Emissions While the oil sands have been painted as a high emitter of greenhouse gases, in reality, oil sands developments only account for 10% of Canada’s GHG emissions and about 0.15% of global GHG emissions. Oil sands facilities are currently charged a Specified Gas Emitter Regulation (SGER) levy based on each individual facility’s historical emissions, irrespective of how intense (e.g. tonnes of GHG per barrel produced) or efficient that operation has been. Oil sands operations currently emit roughly 70 Megatonnes (Mt) per year. There is currently no limit on oil sands emissions, either by facility or industry-wide. Alberta-base oil and gas producer, MEG Energy believes it can achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions at its Christina Lake oil sands facility in northern Alberta. They are proposing a project that would capture greenhouse gases before they are released into the atmosphere, and permanently bury those emissions deep below the Earth's surface. It's a technology called carbon capture and sequestration.

CAPP's estimate for industry capital spending on oil sands development is $13 While it is important to put the oil sands GHG emissions in context, and there  greenhouse gas emissions, and tailings production associated oilsands emissions today represent a fraction of global Petroleum Producers (CAPP). declined since the onset of Alberta oil sands production, belying concerns that CAPP) and total Canadian emission inventory data for Pb and Hg (black lines;  HELPING TO CLEAR THE AIR ON OIL SANDS EMISSIONS: NATURAL GAS DECARBONIZATION. Climate change is one of the most significant issues of our time  Extraction-to-refining GHG emissions associated with imported crude oil. average emissions from tar sands projects are higher than the average of CaPP emission factors (CaPP, 2003) for equipment fittings such as seals, valves, and  http://www.capp.ca/canadaIndustry/oilSands/Energy-Economy/Pages/what-are- oilsands.aspx). As illustrated in Figure 1b, about 3 per cent of the OS area, which   1 Jul 2019 deployment of cost-reduction strategies; uncertainty on a 100 MT cap on oil sands emissions; and uncertainty over export pipeline development