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Aquistore Featured at Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum
Wednesday, Jun. 17, 2015


Aquistore, Canada’s first deep saline carbon dioxide (CO2) storage project, was showcased at today’s technical session at the Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (CSLF). The CSLF serves to accelerate the research, development, demonstration, and commercial deployment of improved cost-effective technologies for carbon capture and storage (CCS).

Senior Project Manager Kyle Worth presented on ‘Lessons Learned’ at the CSLF Mid-Year Meeting and Technology Workshop in Regina, Saskatchewan. These learnings were highlighted at a technical workshop and touched on Aquistore’s cutting edge fibre-optic technologies, commissioning, and building and maintaining world-leading public outreach and stakeholder relations.

Over 20 countries are represented at this week-long forum. With a goal to making these technologies more broadly available, the biannual leadership forums feature and promote leading and innovative research, development, and demonstration projects.

Aquistore, began injecting CO2 on April 16th.  Now active, Aquistore is the storage site for the world’s first CCS project associated with an active coal-fired powerplant. 

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