Quest CCS Facility Captures and Stores Five Million Tonnes

In less than five years, the Quest carbon capture and storage (CCS) facility has captured and safely stored five million tonnes of CO2, ahead of schedule and at a lower cost than anticipated.

Quest CCS Facility Captures and Stores Five Million Tonnes

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Canadian drivers set to go carbon neutral with Shell

Nov. 12, 2020

Calgary, AB – Shell will become the first retailer in Canada to offset carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from customers’ fuel purchases at Shell service stations across the country. The offsets cover all emissions from the production through to the use of the fuel.

Shell and the Tŝilhqot’in National Government invest in nature for the future

Nov. 12, 2020

Williams Lake, B.C. – Today, Shell and the Tŝilhqot’in National Government announced they are jointly undertaking a reforestation project in Tŝilhqot’in territory in the B.C. Interior where wildfires in recent years have significantly impacted the region and Tŝilhqot’in communities. Shell will provide funding, and the Tŝilhqot’in will manage project delivery.

Quest CCS Facility Captures And Stores Five Million Tonnes Of CO2 Ahead Of Fifth Anniversary

Jul. 10, 2020

In less than five years since its start up, the Quest carbon capture and storage (CCS) facility has captured and safely stored five million tonnes of CO2 and at a lower cost than anticipated. Five million tonnes of CO2 is equal to the annual emissions from about 1.25 million cars. The cost to operate Quest is about 35% lower than what was forecast in 2015, and if Quest were to be built today, it would cost about 30% less thanks to capital efficiency improvements.

Pathways from pandemics: toward a more prosperous and sustainable future

May 28, 2020

Remarks made by Shell Canada President and Country Chair Michael Crothers to the Canadian House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance on May 28, 2020. Michael joined a panel of leaders from across the energy industry by videoconference to discuss the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on our Canadian oil and gas sector.

Our contribution to Canadians in uncertain times

Mar. 31, 2020

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, it has been important to us at Shell Canada to do our part. Along with keeping our employees, contractors and customers safe, we are ensuring access to critical products, thanking those working on the front lines of this pandemic, and ensuring that community agencies have the resources they need during this crisis.

COVID-19: How we are responding across Shell Canada

Mar. 17, 2020

An update from our president and country chair on the actions we are taking to keep our employees and customers safe

Meeting customer needs during the pandemic

Mar. 17, 2020

Read our latest update on how Shell gas stations across Canada are responding to COVID-19

In partnership with HTEC, a second hydrogen fuelling station opens in British Columbia

Dec. 05, 2019

Shell Canada and HTEC Hydrogen Technology & Energy Corporation (HTEC) are responding to increased demand from British Columbians for lower emission vehicles with the opening of their second hydrogen fuelling station in Burnaby, British Columbia (B.C.).

Shell finalizes transaction with Pieridae Energy Limited for Foothills sour gas business and announces community legacy fund

Oct. 16, 2019

Shell Canada Energy today announced completion of the previously publicized agreement that will see Pieridae Energy Limited purchase its Foothills sour gas assets. 

Shell to transfer 70 acres of land to the Aamjiwnaang First Nation

Oct. 03, 2019

Today, Shell Canada and Aamjiwnaang First Nation announced the transfer of approximately 70 acres of land. The land being gifted to Aamjiwnaang, which is adjacent to Shell’s Sarnia Manufacturing Centre in Corunna, Ontario, was presented in a ceremony earlier today.

Shell sells Foothills sour gas assets to Pieridae Energy Limited

Jun. 26, 2019

Today, Shell confirms it has sold its Foothills sour gas assets to Pieridae Energy Limited, an experienced Canadian operator.

Quest CCS facility reaches major milestone: Captures and Stores four million tonnes of CO2

May 23, 2019

In less than four years, the Quest carbon capture and storage (CCS) facility has captured and safely stored four million tonnes of CO2, ahead of schedule and at a lower cost than anticipated. Four million tonnes of CO2 is equal to the annual emissions from about one million cars. Quest has now stored underground the most CO2 of any onshore CCS facility in the world with dedicated geological storage.

WINNERS OF THE 2019 CLASSROOM ENERGY DIET CHALLENGE ANNOUNCED

May 14, 2019

Going an hour without power, calculating your carbon footprint, and teaching your family how to use less water. These are just a few of the 16 energy-related challenges that more than 27,000 students from across Canada took part in during the 8th annual Classroom Energy Diet Challenge.

Shell Canada rewards 5,000 acts of kindness with free gift cards

Feb. 15, 2019

Customers across Canada will be recognized for their kindness starting on National Random Acts of Kindness day

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