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Fact Sheet
Environmental Innovation – Air

Canada’s oil and natural gas industry works to reduce air emissions associated with our development activities through project design, operational excellence, innovation and technology.

February, 2020 - 2 Pages

Air Climate Change Environment & Innovation

Best Management Practices
Update of Fugitive Equipment Leak Emission Factors

This publication presents updated average emission factors for estimating emissions from fugitive equipment leaks at upstream oil and natural gas (UOG) facilities.

February, 2014 - 47 Pages

Air Climate Change Environment & Innovation

Fact Sheet
Enabling Canada’s Liquefied Natural Gas Industry: Global Emissions Reduction Benefits

Canada has an opportunity to capitalize on the coming growth for LNG and reduce global emissions by displacing coal-fired electricity generation in China, India and Southeast Asia. Canada must look beyond our borders to take a global perspective on emissions reduction.

March, 2019 - 4 Pages

Climate Change Environment & Innovation LNG

Fact Sheet
Environmental Innovation – Land

Canada’s oil and natural gas industry is committed to reducing its footprint, reclaiming all land affected by operations and maintaining biodiversity.

January, 2019 - 2 Pages

Climate Change Environment & Innovation Land

Fact Sheet
Managing Methane Emissions for Oil and Natural Gas Development

Canada’s oil and natural gas industry recognizes that climate change is one of the great challenges facing the world. Methane emissions contribute to greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs). That’s why reducing methane emissions from all sources is an important way to tackle the climate change challenge.

September, 2017 - 2 Pages

Air Climate Change Environment & Innovation

Report
Sour Non-Routine Flaring Guideline

This document outlines the new regulatory approach and comprehensive plan for managing non-routine flaring as developed by the NRFTT, and the process that lead to its development.

November, 2013 - 49 Pages

Climate Change Policy & Regulations

Best Management Practices
Emergency Air Monitoring Best Management Practices

This guide covers general considerations of emergency air monitoring such as the need for a communications process, the different types of air monitoring equipment, and the methodologies for their use.

March, 2014 - 40 Pages

Climate Change Environment & Innovation Health & Safety

Best Management Practices
Best Management Practices for Facility Flare Reduction

This best management practice provides design and operating staff with a recommended approach to identify routine and non-routine flare sources and quantities, and assesses the opportunity for reduction of flare volumes and frequency at their operated facilities.

December, 2006 - 47 Pages

Air Climate Change

Statistics
A National Inventory of GHG, CAC and H2S Emissions Volume 5

This volume provides lists of terminology, information sources, emission factors, equipment schedules and uncertainty data for the GHG, CAC and H2S inventory study

April, 2005 - 223 Pages

Air Climate Change Environment & Innovation

Statistics
A National Inventory of GHG, CAC and H2S Emissions Volume 4

This volume describes the methodology which has been used to develop the present CAC and H2S emissions inventory for the subject portions of the oil and gas industry for the year 2000.

April, 2005 - 121 Pages

Air Climate Change Environment & Innovation

Statistics
A National Inventory of GHG, CAC and H2S Emissions Volume 3

This volume describes the methodology which has been used to develop the present GHG emissions inventory for the subject portions of the oil and gas industry for the year 2000.

April, 2005 - 120 Pages

Air Climate Change Environment & Innovation

Statistics
A National Inventory of GHG, CAC and H2S Emissions Volume 2

A detailed inventory of greenhouse gas (GHG)1, criteria air contaminant2 (CAC) and hydrogen sulphide (H2S) emissions is presented for the Canadian upstream oil and gas (UOG) industry for the period of 1990 to 2000.

April, 2005 - 84 Pages

Air Climate Change Environment & Innovation

Statistics
A National Inventory of GHG, CAC and H2S Emissions Volume 1

This report describes the calculation of greenhouse gas emissions and emission intensity in the upstream oil and gas industry by sub-sector, excluding oil sands mining and upgrading, and natural gas transmission. The study is based on a detailed analysis of emissions by facility for the year 2000.

April, 2005 - 246 Pages

Air Climate Change Environment & Innovation