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Foundational project

Our first project is building a proposed carbon capture and storage network in northeast Alberta. At the heart of the network is a transportation line to gather captured CO2 from oil sands facilities and move it to a planned storage hub in the Cold Lake area.

Carbon capture
and storage (CCS)

Find out why we’ve chosen CCS and explore other projects like ours around the world.


Safety and minimizing risk are our top priorities. Get more details and find answers to common questions.

CCS process

Find out how the process works, from capture to transportation to storage.

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How CCS works

CCS is a tested and reliable technology used around the world to capture CO2 from industrial facilities before it’s released into the atmosphere. It’s then liquefied, transported and stored in stable rock formations deep underground.

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We’re not just reducing our emissions

We’re also working to reduce our impact on air, land and water, and improve tailings management.