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Washington: Alberta Premier and Oilsands Officials on Improving Canada’s Energy Reputation

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File photo: Alberta Premier Jason Kenney CTV News

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and oil and gas industry officials are visiting Washington with the goal of restoring the public image of Canada’s fossil fuels.

Oilsands producers have joined together to form the Pathways Alliance in an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the industry by the year 2050.

By creating a massive carbon capture and storage facility deep inside the Prairies, the partnership plans to prevent harmful greenhouse gas emissions from entering the atmosphere.

Cenovus Energy’s chief sustainability officer Rhona DelFrari says the purpose is to persuade members of Congress that Canadian energy producers are committed to minimizing their carbon footprints.

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