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Proposed carbon capture pipeline will benefit Indigenous communities, says Pathway Alliance VP –

January 18th, 2024

“There is really nowhere else better in the world than in northeastern Alberta and Saskatchewan for carbon capture for permanent storage.” — Mark Cameron of Pathway Alliance

Mark Cameron is the vice-president for external relations for Pathway Alliance, which was formed in 2021. Its members consist of leading companies that operate about 95 per cent of the country’s oil sands production.

Pathways Alliance is working with Alberta and federal governments to achieve a goal of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 from oil sands production.

Cameron was in Toronto on Jan. 11 speaking at the True ReconciliACTION conference staged by the Indian Resource Council (IRC). He was a panelist for a discussion titled “Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage: The Path Towards Net-Zero.” The IRC was founded in 1987 by chiefs representing oil and gas producing First Nations.

Cameron provided details on Pathway Alliance’s foundational project, which is a flagship carbon capture storage initiative.

“It involves creating a 400-kilometre pipeline to go from Fort McMurray to just south of Cold Lake in Alberta,” he said.

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