Oh Canada! Significant Developments in Canadian Energy - January 2013


In This Issue:

- Oil Sands News

- East Coast News

- West Coast News

- Canadian Arctic News

- Alternative Energy News

- On the Horizon

- Abbreviations

- Contact Us

- Excerpt from On The Horizon:

Cenovus Energy and SaskPower have signed a 10-year agreement for the purchase of the full volume of CO2, approximately one million tonnes per year, captured from SaskPower’s facility at Boundary Dam Power Station, near Estevan, Saskatchewan. The CO2 captured at the Estevan facility, the world’s first and largest coal-fired integration carbon capture and storage project, will be used by Cenovus to stimulate production at its enhanced oil recovery project at Weyburn Saskatchewan. The Weyburn facility produces approximately 27,000 bpd, with an estimated 19,000 bpd from EOR techniques.

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Topics:  Dams, Hydro Issues, Natural Gas, Oil & Gas, Oil Sands, Renewable Energy, Uranium, Wind Power

Published In: Energy & Utilities Updates, Environmental Updates

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