Primary Technology Area: Carbon Sequestration

  • Nutrien Redwater Carbon Capture Study

    Nutrien is the world’s largest provider of crop inputs and services, growing our world from the ground up, and raising expectations of what an agriculture company can be. In support of our sustainability and emission reduction goals, Nutrien has proposed a Study to assess the technological feasibility, develop the preliminary engineering, and create the overall […]

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  • Genesee CCS

    The Genesee CCS Project aims to deploy carbon capture technology at the Genesee Generating Station, near Warburg Alberta. Up to approximately three million tonnes of CO2 per year are forecasted to be captured and sequestered through this Project as early as 2027. The Project is part of Capital Power’s ongoing commitment to reduce greenhouse gas […]

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  • Shepard Energy Centre Carbon Capture Unit FEED Study

    ENMAX has received funding from Emissions Reduction Alberta to support a front-end engineering and design (FEED) study. This FEED study will help determine the feasibility of constructing and integrating a carbon capture unit at ENMAX’s Shepard Energy Centre (SEC) located in Calgary, Alberta. SEC is currently Canada’s benchmark electricity generation facility for commercial-scale natural gas […]

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  • Hinton Bioenergy Carbon Capture and Storage Project

    The Hinton Bioenergy Carbon Capture and Sequestration (BECCS) Project Study is led by Vault 44.01 in collaboration with West Fraser and TorchLight Bioresources. The study supports a project that would capture and store biogenic carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions at West Fraser’s Hinton Pulp Mill site, permanently removing 1.3 million metric tonnes of CO2 from the […]

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  • Svante’s CO2 capture process for Suncor’s Fluid Catalytic Cracker

    This project contemplates the use of Svante’s adsorption technology to capture CO2 from the flue gas stream of the Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit (FCCU) at Suncor’s Edmonton refinery. The project focuses on a Front End Engineering Design (FEED) study which includes evaluating the engineering associated with the CO2 capture plant and transportation system. If constructed, […]

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  • Exshaw Cement Carbon Capture and Bow Valley Decarbonization

    Lafarge Canada Inc. is assessing the technical and economic feasibility of carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) at the Exshaw Cement Plant. The project will collaborate with strategic partners across the value chain and includes considerations for a transportation network and sequestration hub that will have future ability to link multiple industrial capture sites to […]

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  • Innovative Integration of Carbon Capture for Clean Power

    Reliable power is becoming increasingly important in Alberta’s evolving power market. Heartland Generation Ltd. will evaluate the feasibility of converting its natural gas-fired Battle River Generating Station to hydrogen, producing electricity with zero emissions, and strengthening Alberta’s power grid. The study will work with vendors to push the performance envelope of clean fuel technology, set […]

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  • Project Clear Horizon

    Project Clear Horizon is a regional Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) value chain in Southeast Alberta expected to permanently sequester up to three million tonnes of CO2 annually. FEED Study:The final output for the FEED Study will be an integrated engineering design package that includes key deliverables describing in detail the engineered solution for […]

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  • Oil Sands CCUS Pathways to Net Zero

    Pathways Alliance is the unprecedented collaboration among Canada’s six largest oil sands producers working collaboratively with Canadian and Alberta governments on an ambitious plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from oil sands operations by about 22 million tonnes per year by 2030, and to ultimately achieve its goal of net-zero emissions from operations by 2050. […]

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  • Feasibility and FEED for Post-Combustion Flue Gas Carbon Capture at Strathcona Resources Ltd Cold Lake Region SAGD Facilities: Lindbergh, Orion, and Tucker 

    Strathcona Resources Ltd. (SRL) is pursuing development of a distributed Carbon Capture and Sequestration hub in the Cold Lake region to enable collection and permanent disposal of emissions from its three flagship thermal operations – Tucker, Orion, and Lindbergh. Combined, these three facilities produce approximately 62,000 bbls per day of bitumen using steam-assisted gravity drainage […]

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