Alberta’s oil sands, which employed just over 20,000 workers in 2011, is projected to grow its workforce by a staggering 73 per cent by 2021, according to a new report released today by the Petroleum Human Resources Council of Canada. The Oil Sands Labour Market Outlook to 2021 report
Graduate student Thomas de Haas developed an interest in carbon management while working for oil companies WorleyParsons, Dynetek and Colt Engineering. He wanted to explore the environmental stream of the oil and gas industry and felt CMC could offer a project in line with his researc
CMC is providing two courses for Highly Qualified Personnel (HQP) development in conjunction with its annual scientific conference from May 23-25, 2012. Participants’ food costs and accommodation at Carleton University during the courses are covered by CMC.
Carbon Management Canada is providing travel subsidies of $700 to graduate students and postdocs travelling to its annual conference in Gatineau, QC on May 23 to 25. Funds are limited so apply soon. This opportunity is only open to HQP working on CMC-funded projects. CMC will fund a m
This year, each of CMC’s 36 research projects is being asked to send a representative to give the CMC community an update on the status of their research. Because time is short, talks limited to 5 slides in 5 minutes. These 5-in-5 talks can be given by project investigators or HQP. Fo
On February 23, 2012, a European Union (EU) drafting committee voted on a draft law that discriminates against bitumen. This was the Draft Implementing Measure to the European Union Fuel Quality Directive (Implementing Measure). The Canadian press reported the vote ended in a stalemat