Canada: Shell approves $1.36bn oil sands carbon capture project for Alberta site

Reuters: Shell has approved its planned $1.36bn Quest carbon capture and storage (CCS) project to cut emissions at an oil sands site near Edmonton, Alberta, by more than one-third. The company said the facility will capture more than 1m tonnes of carbon dioxide annually and inject it 1.2 miles underground. The project would be the first of its kind for the oil sands, the world's third-largest crude reserve after Venezuela and Saudi Arabia. Oil sands projects, particularly upgraders such as this one......

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