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NEB - Canada’s Energy Future 2018 Supplement: Natural Gas Production

https://www.cer-rec.gc.ca/nrg/ntgrtd/ftr/2018ntrlgs/index-eng.html

Dec 3, 2019 .... Table 1.1 EF2018 Natural Gas and Crude Oil Production Assumptions/Cases Variables Reference High Price Low Price Technology Oil Price Moderate High Low Moderate Gas Price Moderate High Low Moderate Carbon Price Fixed nominal C$50/t Fixed nominal C$50/t Fixed nominal C$50/t Increasing CO2 cost reaching nominal C$336/t in 2040 Technology Advances Reference

Fact sheet: Chemical oxidation with permanganate—in situ — Guidance and Orientation for the Selection of Technologies — Contaminated sites – Pollution and waste management – Environment and natural resources – Canada.ca

http://gost.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/tfs.aspx?ID=29&lang=eng

Nov 28, 2019 .... Mobilisation of certain metals Presence of oxidant consumers in the soil matrix that could reduce oxidant efficiency Costs can quickly increase if large quantities of permanganate are required due to high concentrations of non-target oxidant consuming compounds Handling of a hazardous oxidant and controlling of hazardous permanganate dust The permanganate oxidation

Fact sheet: Chemical oxidation—sediments—in situ — Guidance and Orientation for the Selection of Technologies — Contaminated sites – Pollution and waste management – Environment and natural resources – Canada.ca

http://gost.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/tfs.aspx?ID=62&lang=eng

Nov 28, 2019 ..., if oxidation of the contaminants is incomplete, toxic intermediates can be generated. For example, the incomplete degradation of PAHs can produce aldehydes, ketones and quinones whose toxicity is high for certain animal species. Limitations of the technology Difficult to effectively inject oxidizing agents so as to reach the totality of contaminated material

Energy efficiency regulations | Natural Resources Canada

https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy-efficiency-regulations/6845

Sep 26, 2019 ... Governments’ plans to accelerate the adoption of high efficiency technologies to support the transition to a low-carbon building sector. Date Modified: 2019-09-26

Powering the future: Mason Graphite partners with the NRC to develop conversion process for battery-grade graphite

https://nrc.canada.ca/en/stories/powering-future-mason-graphite-partners-nrc-develop-conversion-process-battery-grade-graphite

Dec 2, 2019 ... commodity into a high-value-added product, using a process with a relatively smaller environmental footprint–one capable of performing at least as good, if not better, than other currently available types of battery-grade graphite. "We have one of the highest-grade natural graphite deposits in the world at our facility near Lac Guéret, in Quebec," says Benoît Gascon

Distinguishing characteristics of foreign high technology acquisitions in Canada's manufacturing sector / by John R. Baldwin and Paul K. Gorecki.: CS11-0019/36E-PDF - Government of Canada Publications

http://publications.gc.ca/site/eng/9.847107/publication.html

Apr 3, 2013 ...Distinguishing characteristics of foreign high technology acquisitions in Canada's manufacturing sector / by John R. Baldwin and Paul K. Gorecki.: CS11-0019/36E-PDF "Considerable interest in the effect of mergers in high technology industries exists because this sector is seen to be strategically important for industrial policy. This paper investigates

Separation Sciences and Analytical Biotechnology Laboratory | Directory of scientists and professionals

https://profils-profiles.science.gc.ca/en/research-centre/centre-biologics-evaluation-research-laboratories/separation-sciences-and-analytical

May 22, 2019 ...Separation Sciences and Analytical Biotechnology Laboratory Chemical characterization of Biologics by High-Performance Liquid Chromatography and Capillary Electrophoresis At the Centre for Biologics Evaluation, we apply the latest technology in the development and application of analytical methods for the chemical characterisation of biomolecules based

Fact sheet: Land farming — Guidance and Orientation for the Selection of Technologies — Contaminated sites – Pollution and waste management – Environment and natural resources – Canada.ca

http://gost.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/tfs.aspx?ID=18&lang=eng

Nov 28, 2019 ... for residual contamination treatment Does not apply to light petroleum hydrocarbons and volatile organic compounds because of the high potential for volatilization instead of degradation Chlorinated or nitrous compounds are difficult to biodegrade Soil water content should be in the range of 50% to 80% of the total water holding capacity Number of microorganisms should

Doing business in New Zealand

https://www.tradecommissioner.gc.ca/new-zealand-nouvelle-zelande/index.aspx?lang=eng

Nov 30, 2019 ...: 0830 - 1630 (E.S.T.: +18) Territories/Responsibilities: New Zealand, Cook Islands, Fiji, French Polynesia, Kiribati, Niue, Tonga, Tuvalu, Samoa Office Closures: 2019-01-28, 2019-02-06, 2019-04-19, 2019-04-22, 2019-04-25, 2019-06-03, 2019-10-28, 2019-12-25, 2019-12-26, 2020-01-01, 2020-01-02 The High Commission of Canada to New Zealand - Wellington Address

Fact sheet: Vitrification—ex situ — Guidance and Orientation for the Selection of Technologies — Contaminated sites – Pollution and waste management – Environment and natural resources – Canada.ca

http://gost.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/tfs.aspx?ID=59&lang=eng

Nov 28, 2019 ... is low Complementary technologies that improve treatment effectiveness There are currently no complementary technologies that improve treatment effectiveness Debris greater than 60 mm in diameter is generally removed prior to processing Additives that enhance the formation of glass, such as sands high in borosilicate, may be added to the contaminated material

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