To help Canada meet its climate and environment goals, the Pathways Alliance - which consists of Canada's six largest oil sands producers who operate facilities representing about 95% of Canada's oil sands production - is working on an ambitious plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from oil sands production in phases, with the ultimate goal of net zero emissions by 2050.
By doing our part to help Canada reduce emissions, our country can be the preferred supplier of responsibly produced oil to the world. This will help preserve the jobs and long-term economic stability that come from Canada's energy sector.
The Pathways vision is anchored by a major carbon capture and storage system line connecting up to 20 oil sands facilities in the Fort McMurray, Christina Lake and Cold Lake regions of Alberta to a carbon storage hub near the Cold Lake region.
AddressSuite 2000, Bow Valley Square 3
255 - 5 Avenue SW