Five things to know about this year’s flaring and venting report
Every year, the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) publishes facts and figures about who is flaring and venting gas in the prov
When it comes to imported waste, one company’s trash is another compan…
Imagine this: you’re walking down the street, tearing open your favourite candy bar. You eat the candy bar. What happens next?
Work is being done to reduce methane emissions produced by the oil and…
Governments and companies around the world are pledging to reduce methane emissions, especially greenhouse-gas emissions emitted by the upstream petroleum industry.
Inspecting road crossings help protect fish and their ecosystems
On the surface, it’s not always obvious how things are linked together, and solving a problem often requires looking deeper into possible connections. When it comes to assessing environmental impacts… Read more
Spraying drilling waste on fields puts dirt back to the earth from whi…
When an oil company proposed spraying drilling waste on Jeff Fluney’s fields, his response was an understandable “no.” But when the company came knocking again the next year, he had a change of heart.… Read more
AER initiative makes fleet vehicles easier on the environment and the…
Average monthly CO2 emissions per vehicle have fallen by 20 per cent since 2014. Kermit the Frog was right: it’s not easy being green. That’s especially true when it comes to getting from point A to p… Read more
Alberta’s worst-ever well blowout was capped 35 years ago this week
On a chilly December 23, 1982, teams from Texas-based Boots… Read more