Pembina: Emissions 70% Above Global Average Put Tar Sands/Oil Sands on ‘Collision Course’
- Feb 21, 2020 7:21 pm GMT
Carbon emissions per barrel that are still 70% above the global average, and still on the rise, are putting Alberta tar sands/oil sands producers on a “collision course” with Canada’s climate targets and with changing expectations in global markets, the Pembina Institute reports in a study released Wednesday.
“The oil and gas industry has made big contributions to Canadian society: providing jobs, technology and research excellence, while warming homes, fuelling cars, and powering our electricity grids,” Pembina writes in the executive summary of the report.
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