Jan is a senior analyst with the responsible fossil fuels team at the Pembina Institute, Canada’s leading energy think tank.  Prior to joining the Pembina Insitute, Jan worked in consulting on oil and gas emissions. Through this work he gained a thorough understanding of the technical challenges associated with quantifying emissions.
 
He holds a master's degree in mechanical engineering and a bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering, both from Carleton University. His graduate research was focused on alternative fuel combustion. He also completed an internship in Stuttgart, Germany, assisting with research at a carbon capture test facility.


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Jan Gorski's Recent Publications

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Recommendations for advancing Alberta’s hydrogen strategy Submission to the Government of Alberta

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On behalf of the Pembina Institute, Chris Severson-Baker, Nina Lothian and Jan Gorski submitted comments in February, 2021, to the Government of Alberta following a request for feedback that will inform the province’s Natural Gas Vision and Strategy, and hydrogen strategy.

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In Alberta, emissions reductions could fund the future To put the province on the path to success, the TIER fund should be invested in the emerging economy

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Dec. 18, 2020 - By Jan Gorski

The Alberta government has made significant investments in decarbonizing oil and gas, and must now turn to investing in emerging sectors.

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The oilsands in a carbon-constrained Canada The collision course between overall emissions and national climate commitments

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Feb. 19, 2020 - By Benjamin Israel, Jan Gorski, Nina Lothian, Chris Severson-Baker, Nikki Way

In a continuing effort to depolarize the conversation, this report seeks to help establish a basic, commonly agreed-upon set of facts about Alberta’s oilsands, their emissions performance and trajectories, and what Canada’s commitment to achieve deep decarbonization will mean for the sector. 

Carbon Emissions: Who makes big polluters pay A comparison of provincial and federal industrial carbon pricing systems for industrial emitters

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Nov. 9, 2019 - By Isabelle Turcotte, Jan Gorski, Brianne Riehl

This report undertakes a comparative analysis of the provincial and federal carbon pricing approaches to reduce emissions from heavy emitters.

Reliable, affordable: The economic case for scaling up clean energy portfolios A study comparing clean energy portfolios and natural gas for electricity generation

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Oct. 11, 2019 - By Jan Gorski, Binnu Jeyakumar

As grid operators, policy makers and utilities consider how they respond to these trends, the key question facing them is: Can clean energy solutions deliver a reliable supply of electricity in an affordable manner?

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