11 July 2012 17:58 [Source: ICIS news]
TORONTO (ICIS)--Energy regulators in ?xml:namespace>
The ERCB said most of the 23 conditions it imposed relate to additional data collection, analysis, and reporting.
Oil major Shell announced the project in 2009.
Shell plans to capture carbon dioxide (CO2) from its Scotford oil sands upgrader and store it permanently 2km (1.2 miles) deep under thick layers of impermeable geological formations.
Canada’s federal and the
Shell has said that it views CCS as one key pathway to reduce CO2 emissions.($1 = C$1.02)
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