BD3 Status Update: September 2019

October 11, 2019

Employees working inside the Carbon Capture facility.

In September, the Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) facility at Boundary Dam Power Station captured 62,699 tonnes of CO2 and produced 77.4 tonnes of sulfuric acid from captured sulfur dioxide. The acid plant was offline for most of September for upgrades. The CCS facility was online 83.4 per cent of the month coming offline for 119.4 hours to accommodate outages at the BD3 power station. The average daily capture rate was 2,411 tonnes per day with a peak one-day capture rate of 2,775 tonnes.

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BD3 Status Update September 2019

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