BGP is excited to become a member of the Calgary Chamber of Commerce. The purpose of the Calgary Chamber is to build a business community that nourishes, powers, and inspires the world. The Calgary Chamber lives into that purpose by fostering an inclusive and holistic business community—one that doesn’t separate itself into different sectors by industry.
We look forward to increasing our involvement and engagement within the Calgary business community, and to meeting other members who would benefit from our OGE technology.
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BGP has been featured in TECTERRA’s August newsletter! TECTERRA invests in small but growing companies, who are developing geospatial technology with higher than average technical risk, and solving problems for large or clearly-defined markets in Alberta and beyond. Borealis is proud to be using TECTERRA investment to help make Canada’s first commercial Geothermal energy development a reality!
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BGP's Optimized Geothermal and Element Exploration (OGE) is a proprietary geomatics software solution that increases the efficiency and accuracy of exploration projects.
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Our CEO, Alison Thompson, spoke to the Financial Post about the opportunities that geothermal energy provides as well as the barriers to development that it is facing. Along with providing Canadians with clean base-load power generation, geothermal has the potential to redeploy the 14,000 former oil and gas industry workers who are searching for new jobs.
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Click here to learn more about our Kitselas Geothermal Inc. project.
Borealis’s Canoe Reach project near Valemount was featured in the Edmonton Journal as an opportunity to decarbonize the recently approved TransMountain pipeline expansion. Our project could provide renewable electricity to pumping stations, as well as heat the pipeline to reduce viscosity and energy needed for pumping.
“Why not decarbonize where we can?”
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