Quest CCS Project
Start Date: 2008-10-31
End Date: 2015-12-31
http://www.shell.ca/home/content/can-en/aboutshell/our business/business in canada/oil sands/quest/
Quest CCS Project is in the early feasibility and planning stage.
In late 2008 and early 2009, Shell drilled two test wells near the Scotford Upgrader as part of a CCS appraisal program co-funded by the Alberta Energy Research Institute. The results of this program will help determine potential locations for Quest CCS Project CO2 injection sites.
Shell continues to consult with landowners, community leaders, government and other industry about the Quest CCS Project.
The development plan for Quest depends on:
- outcome of the test well program
- regulatory processes
- ability to meet sustainable development criteria
- economic feasibility
- final project costs
- ongoing consultation with key stakeholders
CCS by itself will not solve climate change, but is one of the ways to reduce CO2 emissions. Shell is playing an important role in deploying Alberta’s climate change strategy.
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