Carbon Capture and Storage

 

Fossil fuels continue to play a significant role in the global energy portfolio. Proving carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology is critical to securing the long-term viability of sustainable coal production in Saskatchewan and around the world.

Boundary Dam Unit 3 Updates

Read all CCS updates and other CCS related info on our blog.

Carbon Capture and Storage Projects

Through the development of the world’s first and largest commercial-scale CCS project of its kind, SaskPower is making a viable environmental and economic case for the continued.

This facility provides technology developers with an opportunity to test new and emerging carbon capture systems for controlling carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants.

The research centre hosts Aquistore, an independent research and monitoring project that demonstrates that storing carbon dioxide deep underground is a safe, workable solution to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Our amine chemical laboratory conducts comprehensive research & analysis to support the Boundary Dam Carbon Capture Project and Shand Carbon Capture Test Facility. This state-of-the-art facility provides a clearer understanding of the types of emissions coming from our carbon capture projects.

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