Pathways Alliance – Pathways to net zero

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Summary: The Pathways Alliance is a collaboration of Canada’s six largest oil sands producers which comprise 95 per cent of current oil sands production. In June 2021, they announced a comprehensive multi-phased plan to reduce current oil sands GHG emissions by about 22 million tonnes annually by 2030 on a path to net zero by 2050. The proposed foundational project is a carbon capture and storage (CCS) network and C02 pipeline to gather CO2 from more than 20 facilities and transport it to a hub in the Cold Lake area for safe underground storage.   
This presentation discusses Pathways' CCS which also enables other technologies including hydrogen, electrification, renewables and direct air capture. The innovation arm of Pathways Alliance, COSIA (Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance), is responsible for this Technology Development work.
Speaker: Amberly Dooley, P.Eng., EP – Director, Policy Pathways Alliance
Amberly has extensive experience in managing the policy, regulatory and environmental considerations associated with energy
development. She holds a ( in Chemical Engineering and is a professional engineer as well as a registered
environmental professional. Prior to joining the Pathways Alliance, Amberly was with the Canadian
Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) where she worked collaboratively with oil sands companies,
government, and stakeholders to lead technical advocacy. Amberly also has extensive industry
experience and has been involved in regulatory and environmental management for mining, oil sands
and conventional oil and gas projects and operations. Through her broad engagement she is driving
new initiatives and approaches to collaboratively address the issues facing the energy industry in
Co-sponsored by: CSSE Edmonton Branch

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