Alberta pioneers a range of CCUS projects


Canada’s Province of Alberta is taking the lead when it comes to carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) projects and recently announced three major new projects.

Since 2015, the Province’s Quest and ACTL projects have captured and stored more than 10.5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).

The Quest project captures CO2 from oil sands upgrading and transports it 65 km north where it is permanently stored 2 km underground.

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