In our constant endeavor to lower methane emissions through innovation, PTAC is pleased to announce a new RFP to help industry reduce methane emissions and promote innovation within the Alberta oil and gas sector.
The Hydropti web-based decision support tool brings a multitude of benefits to water management in hydraulic fracturing operations.
If you’re a member of PTAC, CRIN, CAPP, EPAC or other organizations and are interested in how the Hydropti enables users to explore all types of water sourcing, transport, storage, disposal and more, make sure to RSVP for this event!
Last month, PTAC hosted a session at the Air & Waste Management Association’s annual conference in Quebec.
Entitled "Methane Emission Management in the Oil and Gas Industry", this session focused on current issues impacting methane emission management in oil and gas and implementing projects that contribute to achieving Canadian – and global – goals in reducing methane emissions.
MEDIA ALERT ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE, ALBERTA (June 10, 2019) — The Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada (PTAC), the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER), and the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) are pleased to announce the [...]
Join Acceleware and the Clean Resources Innovation Network (CRIN) for a 90 minute, one-venture ‘breakthrough’ dialogue on June 19th. The event will demonstrate how collaboration across the CRIN network can help oil and gas [...]
PARSC 017 - Review of Previous Pipeline Abandonment Programs, Phase 4 - Field Study of Pipeline Segments Abandoned on Farmland Date: May 21, 2019 Deadline for Receipt of Full Proposals: June 11, 2019 [...]
While previous studies provided methane emission snapshots, none have spent the time or money needed to effectively research emissions over longer periods of time. Until now. This current project will finally answer the critical [...]