Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I just wanted to go back again as well. I've mentioned in previous committees my enthusiasm for technology in our industry to be able to develop systems through the private sector and universities and colleges to reduce greenhouse gases around the world and, obviously, for the 1.8% or 1.6% we have here in Canada, to do everything we can to get that to zero as well.
There are concerns from my colleagues as well, in that if we did hit zero, the 2% would be very easy to replace by the types of oil that have much higher carbon content than what we have in low-carbon content in Canada.
I want to ask Mr. Tarvydas this, and maybe I'll have time for others. In regard to the study we're doing in that area, it's on an emissions cap. Some have said they want to see a production cap, but the witnesses we've had so far have all agreed that this would be an emissions cap, and that's good for the world.
I want to hear your thoughts in regard to the use of technology around the world—we have the expertise and it's already being done here in Canada—on how that would play out if we could actually export the technology around the world and get greenhouse gas emissions down. A prime example is the coal industry, which some mentioned earlier. We already have systems in Canada that will scrub it as clean as liquid natural gas, basically, but it's very costly. Can you respond to that first? I know that you mentioned the nuclear advantage and everything, but I'd like to have your opinion on that.