Industrial Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Alberta, Canada for 2012

Chart by Nick Edgar, created Sept 21, 2014 using the latest data from Environment Canada's Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting Program.

See also the map presentation (work in progress) and air quality chart (experimental).

Total emissions: 126.4 metric megatons CO₂ equivalent, or 14.4 kilotons per hour (averaged over whole year).

With a price of carbon of $30 per ton of CO₂ equivalent, the cost would be $432,000 per hour, or ~$3.8 billion for the year.
Alberta's current price is less than $2 per ton, so most of this cost is currently externalized.

Hover over the bars for details, including a breakdown of contributing greenhouse gases (all in CO₂ equivalent).