Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage: Concrete Market-Based Recommendations to Reduce GHG Emissions

With the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) set to begin in a few short days, governments are expected to double down on GHG emission reduction targets. A recent MEI publication described how carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) technologies can allow governments to reach their targets without compromising our standard of living. This follow-up publication offers tangible solutions to encourage uptake of this new technology by entrepreneurs.

My energy transition

As manager of my own financial assets, I am a supporter of passive management. But since the start of 2021, I’ve made an exception with my family’s two TFSAs.

Ban on Hydrocarbons: Quebec is asleep at the well

Against all economic logic, and even environmental logic, the Quebec government finally decided yesterday, during the premier’s inaugural speech, to definitively ban fossil fuel exploration and development in the province.

Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage: An Entrepreneurial Approach to Reducing GHG Emissions

With GHG emission reduction targets getting ever more ambitious, and the pressing need for concrete results, the technological tools at our disposal keep improving. This publication looks at CO2 capture, utilization, and storage/sequestration (CCUS) technologies, which are playing a bigger and bigger role and could allow us to reach our targets without compromising our standard of living.

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