Over the past three decades, significant strides have been made to reduce the environmental impact of transportation fuels such as gasoline. These include reduced air emissions and water use in the refining process, and removal of lead and benzene in fuel. 464 more words
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Any legitimate job offering $80,000-plus as a starting salary should be an easy sell to students in these troubled economic times, right? Wrong.
“Even in Alberta there is a poor connection in the K-12 education system to find balanced information about the oil and gas industry,” says Cheryl Knight, executive director and chief executive of the Petroleum HR Council of Canada. 1,249 more words
Killing the internal-combustion engine could be as simple as pulling the trigger.
Except there is nobody holding the gun.
Every day, Canadians pump about 200 million litres or 80 Olympic-sized swimming pools worth of gasoline into their vehicles, says a report released by the Canadian Petroleum Products Institute released this week. 1,122 more words
By Jason Fekete
OTTAWA — Political battle lines are being drawn over a proposed national energy strategy, with industry groups onside and the Conservatives and opposition parties sparring over what it should include. 699 more words