BEARBERRY FIELD HIGH SULFUR GAS PILOT PROJECT ACHIEVES OBJECTIVE

Shell Canada Ltd. says an innovative pilot project to produce sulfur-laden natural gas has achieved its objective and will be mothballed this summer. The Bearberry pilot project, southwest of the larger Caroline development in Southwest Alberta, produces gas containing more than 90% hydrogen sulphide with elemental sulfur suspended in the remaining water and carbon dioxide slurry. Shell executive Ben Magnusson describes the product at Bearberry as "virtually liquid sulfur."

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