Tuesday, August 4, 2020

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Water Reuse Could Be Key for Future of Hydraulic Fracturing: Study

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Water comes from the ground as a by-product of oil production from unconventional reservoirs. During the coming decades, this will theoretically counter the need to...

U of T Researchers Develop Sponge that Removes Oil from Water

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University of Toronto (U of T) researchers have developed a new strategy to remove tiny oil droplets from wastewater with more than 90 per...

B.C. First Nation to Deliver New Coastal Marine Emergency Response

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Photo: Nathan E. Stewart spill off the Bella Bella coast. Credit: Heiltsuk Nation. A B.C. First Nation and Canadian marine and offshore company announced that they...

Hydraulic Fracturing Expected Value: 68 Billion by 2024

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A report from Global Market Insights, Inc., released today, on the hydraulic fracturing market, suggests the industry share is poised to exceed USD 68...

Updated: North Bay MP Has Watershed Concerns Regarding Energy East

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Anthony Rota, Minister of Parliament, Nipissing—Timiskaming, has stated his opposition to having the Energy East pipeline pass through the Trout Lake watershed. MP Rota’s office...

EPA Releases Final Report on Hydraulic Fracturing

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released its final report on hydraulic fracturing, which details the impact of the process on drinking water. The report,...

North West Redwater to Re-use Water in Bitumen Processing

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North West Redwater (NWR) Partnership has announced that it will make use of GE’s Water & Process Technologies for its new Sturgeon refinery in...

Charges Laid in Alberta Oil Spill

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Plains Midstream, the owner of a pipeline that leaked nearly half a million litres of oil into Red Deer River in 2012, is facing...

Digging Up Dirt

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While geothermal technology looks like a great alternative to oil, geothermal installations and their effect on groundwater have been a topic of environmental concern...

Water Bankruptcy

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Another study-this time international-has claimed that water is underpriced and overused. The world simply cannot manage water in the future in the same way as...

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