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Pathways Alliance

The Pathways Alliance is a group of six oil and gas companies representing the bulk of Canadian oilsands production. The group plans to build a large carbon capture and storage network to capture emissions from oilsands facilities and send them down a pipeline to an underground storage area. 

The six companies in Pathways Alliance are ExxonMobil subsidiary Imperial Oil, Canadian Natural Resources Limited (CNRL), Suncor, Cenovus, ConocoPhillips Canada and MEG Energy.

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Pathways Alliance has campaigned for extensive government financial and regulatory support to achieve this plan.

The group faces allegations of misleading the public by greenwashing the industry’s environmental impact. The Competition Bureau is investigating some of these claims.

In June 2024, Pathways Alliance scrubbed its website and social media feeds in response to new federal greenwashing rules, but said the move was “not related to the truth and accuracy of our environmental communications.”

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