OGJ Newsletter

09/10/2012
GENERAL INTEREST — Quick Takes Shell okays Quest CCS project in Alberta Shell Canada Ltd. has approved construction of the first commercial carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in the Canadian oil sands producing region (OGJ Online, July 12, 2012). The Quest facility will capture more than 1 million tonnes/year of carbon dioxide produced at the Scotford Upgrader near Edmonton, Alta., and transport it through an 80-km pipeline to a site to the north. The CO2 will be injected through at least three and as many as eight wells into Basal Cambrian sandstone. The storage layer occurs at about 2,300 m below multiple strata of impermeable shale and salt. The project will lower direct emissi...
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