CO2 Mitigation
Carbon capture and storage, CO2 reuse and other emissions mitigation technologies

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  • S2G BioChem begins work on Sarnia ON plant +

    S2G BioChem is bringing its green chemistry to Sarnia ON. The Vancouver-based company has kick started work on its first Read More
  • Smartcool inks reseller agreement with Panoramic +

    Smartcool Systems Inc. is now selling power metering sensors after signing a value added reseller agreement (VAR) with Panoramic Power Read More
  • Ranovus secures additional SDTC investment, two others get funding as well +

    Ottawa-based Ranovus Corp. was among three companies to receive a total of $7.85 million in funding from Sustainable Development Technology Read More
  • Solar Alliance secures new commercial market with Thompson Machinery agreement +

    Solar Alliance Energy Inc. is teaming up with Thompson Machinery Commerce Corp. and one of its affiliates Aries Solar to Read More
  • Niagara Region Wind Farm gets celebrated +

    Boralex Inc, ENERCON Canada and the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corp. used Global Wind Day to celebrate the Read More
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The proof is in the pudding, the expression goes. For Quebec City-based CO2 Solutions, it’s in the enzyme and a process that can capture carbon in an economically viable way for industrial emitters without substantially hurting their bottom line. According to research results, the company’s process can capture CO2 at $28 per tonne, anywhere from half to a third of the cost that conventional technologies can achieve.

CO2 Solutions image May 2017

Quebec’s carbon reuse project is now rounding into form. Valorisation Carbone Québec (VCQ), which is a consortium of companies led by CO2 Solutions aimed at commercialization a variety of applications using waste CO2, now has a scientific committee. The committee is tasked with selecting applications to test with CO2 Solutions carbon capture process.

Field Upgrading Ltd., MEG Energy Corp. and Cenovus FCCL Ltd. are the latest recipients of cleantech funding from Natural Resources Canada’s $50  million Oil and Gas Clean Technology Program. Minister Jim Carr made the announcement on May 11 in Calgary.

A multi-stage field testing program of Calgary-based Acceleware Ltd.’s low-cost, low-carbon enhanced oil recovery technology (EOR) RF XL has completed the first phase of testing. The results showed that the company’s technology can be used in Alberta’s oil sands.

Norway’s national carbon capture and storage research funding program CLIMIT is contributing $3 million to help fund the development of a new capture capture technology that could prove less costly and easier to deploy at industrial facilities. The Carbon Capture and Conversion Institute (CCCI), based in Calgary, will do the engineering design work to scale up the process if initial testing is successful.