Weekliii Round-Up: News on IT Team Software Assistance and the Alberta Carbon Trunk Line Project
As we close out another week, read up on the posts and news we have shared throughout the last few days. From efforts being made in Alberta to cut down on air pollution to the importance of making your IT team has everything it needs - it is all here. Not following along already? Well, it may be time to fix that.
Even Your IT Team Needs Software Assistance: Signs It Is Time For A New Approach
We depend on our IT team to keep our computers, software, and other technology working efficiently. As it turns out, customized software applications can make their lives easier. Find out more here.
A Decade Later, Alberta Project Aims To Both Capture CO2 And Boost Oil Output
After nearly a decade, a long-awaited project in Alberta, Canada to trap and store CO2 emissions during drilling is finally underway. There is hope that it will help to boost oil output. The Alberta Carbon Trunk Line project will capture CO2 from two industrial sites based in Edmonton and ship it to a legacy oilfield. Learn more in this week's #DailyBrainCandiii post.
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