SHELL TO SLASH EMISSIONS AT ALBERTA PLANT

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

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