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Study on optimizing selection of transformation strategies for reducing GHG emissions

Author: Hatch Ltd,; Alberta Innovates. Energy and Environmental Solutions,; Alberta. Alberta Energy,; Alberta. Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development,
Publisher: Mississauga, Ontario, Canada : Hatch Ltd., Beaconsfield, Quebec : Canadian Electronic Library, 2013. 2013.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The study team has reviewed opportunities for reducing GHG production in all sectors of the Alberta economy. This has included electricity supply and delivery; oil & gas and oil sands; transportation sector, industrial sector, residential and commercial sector, and agriculture. There has also been a review of the potential for increased bio-fuel and bio-energy production, as well as examining options that include  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Hatch Ltd,; Alberta Innovates. Energy and Environmental Solutions,; Alberta. Alberta Energy,; Alberta. Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development,
OCLC Number: 863123339
Notes: "Rev. 1, February 25, 2013."
"H342523-0000-07-236-0001."
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Description: 1 online resource (122 pages) : colour illustrations
Contents: Disclaimer --
Abbreviations and acronyms --
1. Executive summary --
2. Introduction. 2.1. The project ; 2.2. Background ; 2.3. Backdrop perspectives --
3. Approach to the pre-screening. 3.1. Evaluation criteria ; 3.2. Graphical representation --
4. Alberta emissions by sector --
5. Electricity production and delivery. 5.1. Description and magnitude ; 5.2. Breakdown of emission source areas ; 5.3. Transformation options ; 5.4. Summary and evaluation --
6. Oil and gas and oil sands. 6.1. Description and magnitude ; 6.2. Breakdown of emission source areas ; 6.3. Transformation options ; 6.4. Summary and evaluation --
7. Transportation sector. 7.1. Description and magnitude ; 7.2. Breakdown of emission source areas ; 7.3. Transformation options ; 7.4. Summary and evaluation --
8. Industrial sector (chemicals, fertilizers, metals). 8.1. Description and magnitude ; 8.2. Breakdown of emission source areas ; 8.3. Transformation options ; 8.4. Summary and evaluation --
9. Residential and commercial sectors. 9.1. Description and magnitude ; 9.2. Breakdown of emission source areas ; 9.3. Transformation options ; 9.4. Summary and evaluation --
10. Agriculture. 10.1. Description and magnitude ; 10.2. Breakdown of emission source areas ; 10.3. Transformation options ; 10.4. Summary and evaluation --
11. Biofuels and bio-energy. 11.1. Description and magnitude ; 11.2. Breakdown of emission source areas ; 11.3. Transformation options ; 11.4. Summary and evaluation --
12. Transformation systems. 12.1. Carbon capture use and storage (CCUS) ; 12.2. Cogeneration ; 12.3. Waste-to-energy ; 12.4. Integrating development planning --
13. Comparison of pre-screening results by sector --
14. Systems methodology approach for Alberta. 14.1. Introduction ; 14.2. Selection of optimization model ; 14.3. Selection of simulation model ; 14.4. Recommended approach for Alberta --
15. Conclusions and recommendations. 15.1. Introduction ; 15.2. Conclusions --
15.3 Recommendations.
Responsibility: prepared by Hatch Ltd. for Alberta Innovates - Energy and Environment Solutions, Alberta Department of Energy and Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development.
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"The study team has reviewed opportunities for reducing GHG production in all sectors of the Alberta economy. This has included electricity supply and delivery; oil & gas and oil sands; transportation sector, industrial sector, residential and commercial sector, and agriculture. There has also been a review of the potential for increased bio-fuel and bio-energy production, as well as examining options that include integrated consideration of multiple sectors such as carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), cogeneration, waste to energy and integrated development planning"--Executive summary.

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