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Section I: Overview | Natural Resources Canada

https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/plans-performance-reports/2011-2012/219

Aug 28, 2018 ... Wood Export Program, the North American Wood First Initiative, and the Nuclear Legacy Liabilities Program. The payments to the Newfoundland Offshore Petroleum Resource Revenue Fund were lower than forecasted due to changes in the anticipated crude oil prices for 2011-12. NRCan's Actual Spending of $3.35 billion resulted in a lapse of $529.7 million, primarily

Canada's 2016 greenhouse gas emissions reference case: chapter 3

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/climate-change/publications/2016-greenhouse-gas-emissions-case/chapter-3.html

Jan 5, 2017 ... regulation Bioproducer and public transit programs Quest carbon capture and storage project Carbon Trunk Line Project - CO2 capture and use for enhanced oil recovery British Columbia Carbon tax Renewable and low carbon fuel requirements regulation Emissions offsets regulation Landfill gas management regulation British Columbia Clean Energy Act: Clean or renewable

Canadian Energy Security

https://www.canada.ca/en/security-intelligence-service/corporate/publications/canadian-energy-security.html

May 4, 2018 ... of the trends behind these eight factors reveals some areas of concern, there is no threat of sufficient magnitude facing Canadian energy security to alter seriously Canada’s situation in the coming decades. Table of Contents Introduction I) Diversity of Canada’s Energy Mix Oil Natural Gas Coal Nuclear Energy Potential to Further Diversify Canada’s Energy Mix

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

https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/climate-change/canadas-green-future/clean-growth-programs/applicants-guide-clean-growth-program/20043

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

2019–20 Departmental Plan | Natural Resources Canada

https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/nrcan/reporting-accountability/plans-performance-reports/departmental-plan-formerly-repor/2019-20-departmental-plan/2019-20-departmental-plan/21773

Apr 11, 2019 ... Canada’s overall prosperity. This will entail wasting less energy, switching to clean power, using more renewable fuels, producing cleaner oil and gas, and strengthening market access. In this same vein, NRCan will support a national discussion on developing a framework for a clean electric future for Canada - a commitment made by First Ministers in their December

Natural Resources Canada

http://www.oag-bvg.gc.ca/internet/English/pet_lpf_e_3029.html

... departments No. 222 Subsidies to the oil and gas industry and federal initiatives for greenhouse gas emission reductions No. 221 Health and environmental concerns regarding the fluoridation of drinking water No. 219B Environmental impact of the Metal Mining Effluent Regulations on fish habitats No. 219 Environmental impact of federal Metal Mining Effluent Regulations

Section I - Overview 2015-2016 | Natural Resources Canada

https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/nrcan/plans-and-performance-reports/departmental-plan-formerly-reports-plans-and-priorities/2015-16/section-i-overview-2015-2016/17004

Jul 26, 2017 ... available technology” to federally regulated pipelines; and (4) completing the entry into force of the Nuclear Liability and Compensation Act. The Department will promote offshore oil and gas development through several actions, including finalizing the Canada-Quebec Offshore Accord legislation and updating rules and practices in the Atlantic offshore through

Natural resources

http://www.oag-bvg.gc.ca/internet/English/pet_lpi_e_3054.html

... Canada’s use and export of chrysotile asbestos No. 225 Protecting Cat Stream and Jingle Pot Marsh in Nanaimo, British Columbia No. 222 Subsidies to the oil and gas industry and federal initiatives for greenhouse gas emission reductions No. 219B Environmental impact of the Metal Mining Effluent Regulations on fish habitats No. 219 Environmental impact of federal

Greenhouse gas sources and sinks: executive summary

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/climate-change/greenhouse-gas-emissions/sources-sinks-executive-summary.html

Sep 4, 2018 ... in 2005 (595 Mt). Within the Energy Sector, the 37-Mt increase in emissions from Mining and Upstream Oil and Gas Production was offset by a 38-Mt decrease in emissions from Public Electricity and Heat Production. Decreasing energy generation from coal and oil, accompanied by an increase in hydro, nuclear and wind generation, was the largest driver of the 31

Departmental Sustainable Development Strategy | Natural Resources Canada

https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/plans-performance-reports/dpr/2013-2014/16580

Jan 18, 2019 ... for the oil and gas sector as part of Canada’s sector-by-sector approach to regulating GHG emissions. This work has focused on providing technical and economic analysis to decision-makers relating to reducing GHG emissions from oil sands, other upstream oil and gas producers, and refineries. In addition to analysis related directly to GHGs and GHG regulations, NRCan

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