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Section I: Organizational Expenditure Overview | Natural Resources Canada

Jan 18, 2019 ... conducted at NRCan’s CanmetMATERIALS laboratory, the largest research centre in Canada dedicated to the fabrication, processing and evaluation of metals and materials. These included a standard on oil and gas pipe systems and a new standard on field applied external coatings for pipeline systems. Research on fracture, welding and corrosion was also advanced through

Planned results: what we want to achieve this year and beyond | Natural Resources Canada

Nov 12, 2019 ... technology research and development, while the Clean Growth Program will fund RD&D projects in the energy, mining and forestry sectors, focused on reducing emissions of greenhouse gas and air-pollutants, minimizing landscape disturbances and improving waste management, as well as promoting the production and use of advanced materials and bioproducts, energy

Info Source 2018-2019

Jan 31, 2020 ...-program enables Canada’s formal diplomatic representation abroad, and the accreditation of foreign representatives in Canada. Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CoR) Energy and Nuclear (CoR) International Education (CoR) International Scholarships Program (ISP) (PIB) International Education Strategy (CoR) Non-Proliferation, Arms Control and Disarmament (CoR) North

Canada - Dominican Republic Initial Environment Assessment Report

Feb 14, 2020 ... and that also face average tariffs greater than 5%. These sectors include iron and steel, agriculture, pulp and paper, and fish and seafood. Iron and Steel: In principle, increased exports and production of iron and steel products could have environmental impacts, including air pollution, hazardous wastes, and Greenhouse Gas emissions. However, as noted above, exports

Section I - Overview | Natural Resources Canada

Aug 28, 2018 ... capacity for renewable alternatives to gasoline and diesel through ecoENERGY for Biofuels program. Enhance international energy science and technology collaboration to address key issues facing the unconventional oil and gas sector for example through the implementation of the Canada-Israel Energy Science and Technology Fund. Implement ecoENERGY Innovation

Request for Expression of Interest for the Canadian Smart Grid & Energy Storage System (ESS) R&D Mission to South Korea

Oct 29, 2018 ... and is one of the largest importers of crude oil, coal and liquefied natural gas. 84% of South Korea’s energy supply relies on non-renewable sources (petroleum: 41%, coal: 27.9%, LNG: 14.8%) while renewables account for 5.6% as of 2018. South Korea is the 9th biggest energy consumer and the 7th biggest carbon dioxide emitter in global energy consumption since 2016

An Act to enact the Impact Assessment Act and the Canadian Energy Regulator Act, to amend the Navigation Protection Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts

Jan 14, 2020 ... and the environment; (c) provides for the regulation of pipelines, abandoned pipelines, and traffic, tolls and tariffs relating to the transmission of oil or gas through pipelines; (d) provides for the regulation of international power lines and certain interprovincial power lines; (e) provides for the regulation of renewable energy projects and power lines in Canada’s

Canada - CARICOM Initial Environment Assessment Report

Feb 14, 2020 ... and Greencover Canada. Greencover Canada: Landowners can access a package of funding and technical assistance to help improve grassland-management practices, protect water quality, reduce greenhouse-gas emissions, and enhance biodiversity and wildlife habitat. National Agri-Environmental Standards Initiative: Producers will benefit from performance standards establishing

Applicants' Guide for the Clean Growth Program | Natural Resources Canada

Jan 28, 2019 ... production and electricity generation are substantial. The oil and gas sector is Canada’s largest emitter of GHGs, with 70% of emissions due to combustion and approximately 30% from fugitive and vented emissions. Advanced emission reduction solutions, low-emissions technologies, and clean energy systems are important to a competitive energy sector. Mining Sector

Transfer payments—Section 18—Natural Resources—Volume II—Public Accounts of Canada 2018—Receiver General for Canada—PSPC

Nov 6, 2018 ... – – 4,667,500 – 4,667,500 – – Contributions in support of the Energy Efficiency program – 3,630,100 – 1,152,167 4,782,267 4,712,124 70,143 – 1,673,499 Renewal and Enhancement of Funding for the Forest Research Institute – 2,368,000 – – 2,368,000 2,368,000 – – 2,368,000 Contributions in support of organizations associated with the research, development and promotion

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