carbon capture and storage
The $1.35 billion CO2 capture and storage project transforms carbon emissions into near-liquid that’s pumped into porous rock formations.
NAFTA nations commit to enhancing innovations in cleantechnologies and advancing carbon capture and storage.
Project aims to capture 90% of the emissions the plant produces.
Husky Energy has received a $14.5 million investment from the federal government for a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project at an ethanol plant in Lloydminster, Sask.
The Saskatchewan government has given a green light to a $1.24 billion carbon capture and storage project that it says will be among the first commercial-scale facilities in the world.