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The Quest Carbon Capture and Storage Project will reduce CO2 emissions from Shell’s oil sands operations by more than one million tonnes a year by capturing CO2 from its Scotford upgrader and permanently storing it deep underground.
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The Quest Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) project go-ahead is a major milestone for Shell in advancing this key climate change technology.
Quest project is the first project to demonstrate CCS technology in an oil sands application. Most component parts have shown decades of dependable service.
Shell began its community consultation program for its Quest Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) project in 2008
Shell is helping to advance CCS technology on a number of fronts around the world, with Quest as its flagship project.
Dr. Rick Chalaturnyk, University of Alberta professor, talks about why Quest is important. Anita Spence, Quest Project manager, discusses Quest construction