Carbon capture and storage (CCS)
Aquistore is an independent research and monitoring project which will serve as the storage site for the world’s first commercial post–combustion CO2 capture, transportation, utilization, and storage project from a coal–fired electrical generating station (Boundary Dam CCS Project).
Biothermica Technologies is an integrated carbon and energy project developer focused on carbon and energy project development, landfill gas services and air pollution control solutions. The company specializes in the development of patented technologies for the reduction of greenhouse gases and the production of renewable energy and invests in infrastructure projects based on the technologies it has developed. For carbon and energy projects, the company oversees all development stages, from the design of the project to the commercialization of renewable energy and emission reduction credits.
Blue Source Canada offers climate change mitigation services, carbon offset purchases & sales, renewables. Environmental advisory services cover private, public and NGO evaluations, strategy, product development and launches, support for environmental marketplace creation and development, and transactional support such as protocol development as a sampling.
The Boundary Dam CCS Project rebuilt a coal–fired generation unit with carbon capture technology, resulting in low–emission power generation. In the fall of 2014, the project came online as the world’s first post–combustion coal–fired CCS project. This project transformed the aging unit #3 at Boundary Dam Power Station near Estevan, Saskatchewan into a reliable, long–term producer of 120 megawatts (MW) of base–load electricity, capable of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by one million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) each year, the equivalent of taking more than 250,000 cars off Saskatchewan roads annually. The captured CO2 is sold and transported by pipeline to nearby oil fields in southern Saskatchewan where it will be used for enhanced oil recovery.
Carbon Credit Solutions Inc. is a Canadian company and world leader in the field of measuring, reporting and verifying greenhouse gas emissions from large-scale aggregated emission reduction projects in the agricultural sector.The company has a proven history and a sophisticated software platform making them the partner of choice to mitigate risk and create reputable, verifiable and marketable offsets.
Carbon Engineering is commercializing two clean energy technologies that can rapidly accelerate the shift to a net-zero world: their Direct Air Capture technology can deliver large-scale negative emissions by removing carbon dioxide directly from the atmosphere; and their Air to Fuels’ technology can significantly reduce the carbon footprint of transportation by creating clean synthetic fuels made from air, water and renewable power.
Carbonitum Energy Corp. (CEC) is a start up company developing a sustainable carbon recycling solution that integrates with existing industrial processes using synthetic biology, nanotechnology and process engineering. Carbonitum is developing an on–site carbon capture and recycle process to convert CO2 from industrial flue gas to methane for immediate reuse. The innovative process will lower the industrial users natural gas input costs and eliminate their CO2 emissions. CEC’s patent pending conversion of CO2 to methane is accomplished with two sets of bacteria, one of which is photosynthetic. Customers will include large natural gas consumers such as oil sands extraction companies, power generation facilities and other large final emitters.
CO2 Solutions is an innovator in the field of enzyme-enabled carbon capture and has been actively working to develop and commercialize the technology for stationary sources of carbon pollution.
Gas Liquids Engineering Ltd. is multi-discipline engineering firm, providing complete EPCM services on a wide variety of oil and gas projects, including expertise in gas processing facilities, natural gas processing, refrigeration cycles, coldboxes, and turbo-expander based processes. GLE offers services in projects involving natural gas storage, processing, compression, amine sweetening, liquids distillation, refrigeration, treating, and dehydration. GLE is also a globally recognized specialist firm in the areas of gas plants, condensate processing, enhanced oil recovery, and acid gas injection.
HTC Extraction Systems is a hemp biomass extraction and formulation company and a developer of patented proprietary technologies designed for the extraction of biomass, gas and liquids, as well as the distillation and purification of ethanol and ethanol-based solvents used in extraction.
Imtex Membranes Corp. specializes in the separation of gases for the petrochemical industry using innovative membrane technology. Imtex has developed a fully patented process, brand named Permylene, which has significant cost, capacity de-bottlenecking and emissions reduction benefits in the production of chemical products derived from petroleum and natural gas.
SRC provides services for enhanced oil recovery, reservoir engineering and analysis, process optimization, technology testing, partial upgrading, carbon capture and storage, methane emissions reduction, clean technologies, pipeline flow testing and modelling, environmental management, air and climate monitoring, data management systems, oil and gas training, and remediation (including community engagement).
Shell Canada Limited is a global oil and gas organization with approximately 8,000 employees and 1,300 Shell branded retail stations in Canada. Shell Canada’s upstream businesses explore for and extract natural gas and market and trade natural gas and power. The company’s downstream business refines, supplies, trades and ships crude oil worldwide and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) for home, transport and industrial use. Shell Canada is also Canada’s largest producer of sulphur. The company has 2 refineries in Canada, one in Sarnia and the other in Scotford, the first refinery to exclusively process synthetic crude from oil sands. The Athabasca Oil Sands Project (AOSP) joint venture is one of Shell’s major projects (Shell Canada Energy owns 60 per cent, Chevron Canada Limited owns 20 per cent and Marathon Oil Canada Corporation owns 20 per cent). In addition to the Quest Carbon Capture and Storage (CSS) Project.