Alberta touts carbon capture prospects
For Petroleum News
The Alberta government may not be putting all of its climate-change strategies in one basket, but itís coming close as it pursues recognition as a world leader in advancing carbon capture and storage technologies.
It is now close to doling out the promised C$2 billion to four projects that it hopes....
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Largest CCS venture in world
Canada also contributing
SwanHills final recipient
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