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Author Goehner, Adam, author

Title Wellhead to waterline : opportunities to limit greenhouse gas emissions from B.C.'s proposed LNG industry / Adam Goehner and Matt Horne
Published Drayton Valley, Alberta : Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development, [2014]
Beaconsfield, Quebec : Canadian Electronic Library, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (iv, 16 pages)
Series desLibris. Documents collection
Contents 1. Introduction -- 2. Sources of greenhouse gas emissions -- 3. Reduction opportunities -- 4. Summary -- 5. Next steps -- Appendix A. Emission sources from the oil and gas sector in B.C
Summary British Columbia is attracting and promoting extensive liquefied natural gas (LNG) development, including the shale gas extraction and processing needed to produce the LNG. Greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) would be released across the LNG supply chain. The province has estimated the greenhouse gas emissions that could accompany different levels of development, but to date has not made details of that analysis publicly available
Notes "February 2014."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Greenhouse gas mitigation -- British Columbia
Liquefied natural gas -- Storage -- Environmental aspects -- British Columbia
Offshore gas well drilling -- Environmental aspects -- British Columbia
Air pollution.
Artificial objects.
Carbon capture and storage.
Carbon dioxide.
Energy.
Gas flare.
Gases.
Global warming potential.
Global warming.
Greenhouse gas mitigation.
Greenhouse gas.
Liquefied natural gas -- Storage -- Environmental aspects.
Offshore gas well drilling -- Environmental aspects.
British Columbia.
Form Electronic book
Author Horne, Matt, author
Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development, publisher