Carbon capture: Silver bullet or blank?
Alberta government report estimates up to C$3 billion in public money might be needed each year to develop CSS technology
By Gary Park
For Petroleum News
The debate is just warming up in Canada over the use of carbon capture and storage, widely touted as a climate-change strategy and the answer to Canada’s reputation as a source of “dirty oil” from the oil sands.
The Canadian and Alberta governments are set to pump C$3 billion into researching the sc....
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Shell looking at CCS
Some qualified backing
Report says investment required
Sustained effort required
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