EDMONTON -- A non-profit corporation created by the Alberta government has announced $46 million for six projects designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The Climate Change and Emissions Management Corp. says the total value of the projects is $327 million.

The companies involved include Cenovus Energy, Husky Energy, Imperial Oil, Inventys Thermal Technology, MEG Energy, and N-Solv.

Alberta Environment Minister Diana McQueen says the projects show the province is working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The $46 million comes from an account that is funded by companies that produce high levels of carbon dioxide.