The future economic potential of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in Saskatchewan is being discussed by government, industry and academia at a meeting hosted by the International Performance Assessment Centre for Geologic Storage of CO2 (IPAC-CO2) and the Integrated CO2 Network (ICO2N).
The discussion will focus on a variety of issues, including technological deployment, enhanced oil recover, infrastructure, tax revenues, and jobs.
Currently, there are five large-scale integrated CCS projects in Western Canada.
IPAC-CO2 is a Regina-based environmental, non-government organization, created to fill a gap in the understanding and assessment of risk and performance in the Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) chain.
ICO2N is a Calgary-based group of companies that represents a cross-section of Canada’s large industrial CO2 emitters. They have a strong interest in and commitment to developing CCS in Canada.
For more information, please see the news release or contact:
Director, Strategy & Technology
Integrated CO2 Network
Telephone: (403) 269-6366
Chief Development Officer
IPAC CO2 Research Inc.
Telephone: (306) 206-0125