Government support of partial upgrading tech a strong first step, Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Association says

The Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Association (AIHA) said it is encouraged by Premier Notley’s announcement Monday of her government’s actions supporting the full-scale commercialization of partial upgrading technologies. […]


Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Association gets new executive director

Fort Saskatchewan resident Mark Plamondon will take over as the Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Association’s (AIHA) executive director May 1.

The association says as it grows “into a global leader in energy processing,” AIHA’s new executive director will guide the activities of the municipal partnership.

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Mayor wants bitumen upgrading in region

By Stephen Dafoe

Sturgeon County – With a catchy slogan and a serious economic message, Sturgeon County Mayor and Alberta Industrial Heartland Association (AIHA) Chair Don Rigney launched a new campaign last week in Edmonton to get people thinking about how much of Alberta’s raw bitumen is flowing south of the Canadian border. The Refine It Where We Mine It campaign and website seeks to educate Albertans about the importance of adding value to the province’s natural resources.