In July 2020, Borealis GeoPower’s technical team successfully completed a 3-week magnetotelluric survey at Kitselas Geothermal Inc.'s Lakelse property.
Thoughtful planning, hard work and seamless collaboration made this survey possible, and Borealis GeoPower would like to thank Phoenix Geophysics for their ongoing support.
Continued Support from MLA Shirley Bond in BC Legislature for BGP's Sustainaville district-heating project in Valemount, BC
Fran Yanor of the Rocky Mountain Goat newspaper in Valemount, BC reported on Prince George-Valemount MLA Shirley Bond engaging in a BC legislative committee debate about geothermal heating energy with BC's Minister of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources, Bruce Ralston.
Borealis, the Village of Valemount, and MLA Shirley Bond continue to advocate for the use of geothermal energy for heating and cooling in the Province of BC.
Borealis was profiled in CRIN's July Newsletter as a member company.
The Clean Resource Innovation Network (CRIN) is a group of forward-thinking oil and gas industry professionals, innovators, financiers, policy makers, incubators & accelerators, academics and students committed to the success of the hydrocarbon energy sector, the people and communities that it touches, and a strong, carbon-competitive and diversified Canadian economy.
As an Alberta-based geothermal energy company, Borealis is a proud CRIN member.
“Geothermal energy shares many synergies with the oil and gas industry – all the way from the need to secure a good land position to the use of innovative subsurface and facilities technologies,” - Alison Thompson, Chief Executive Officer of Borealis.
Borealis is proud to diversify the Canadian economy while utilizing the technology, skills, and experience that the Canadian oil and gas industry has developed to date.
Learn more about CRIN, and consider joining the network, here.