Shell believes that society will need effective carbon pricing mechanisms and carbon capture and storage (CCS) to achieve its climate goals. The good news is that Canada is showing leadership in both. Our provinces are implementing world-leading climate policies and Canada has nearly one fifth of the 22 large-scale CCS plants operating or under construction around the world.

The Quest facility is operated by Shell on behalf of the Athabasca Oil Sands Project.

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By investing in renewable and sustainable resources, as well as research and development into alternative technology and emissions management, Shell is helping meet the world’s growing energy needs in economically, environmentally and socially responsible ways.

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Inside CCS App

Why is CCS an important part of the energy solution?

Learn more about the energy challenge and carbon capture and storage by downloading the Inside CCS app.

Perspectives on Climate Change

David Hone is Shell’s Chief Climate Change Adviser. Since 2008 he has written a weekly blog, through Shell, about energy and climate change issues, from the personal perspective of somebody working in the oil and gas industry.

Hone has two published e-books, available for download in the “Putting the Genie Back” series.

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