Shell Canada Ltd. will install new technology at its Burnt Timber gas processing plant in Alberta in a project designed to cut sulfur dioxide emissions by more than 50%. The new Superclaus technology is licensed by a Dutch company, Comprimo, in which Royal Dutch/Shell Group is a substantial shareholder. Burnt Timber sulfur dioxide emissions are to be reduced to less than 20 metric tons/day from the current 40 metric tons/day. The company currently is meeting license limits on emissions at the plant. Shell Canada estimates sulfur dioxide emissions will be reduced by more than 100,000 metric tons during the life of the pl...

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