‘It’s a hub that can give certainty to grease sands and heavy oil manufacturing,’ says Energy Minister Sonya Savage
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CALGARY — The authorities of Alberta, Canada’s primary oil-producing province, plans to maneuver ahead “very, in a short time” on its subsequent carbon sequestration hub within the Cold Lake area that can serve oilsands producers, Energy Minister Sonya Savage instructed Reuters.
Alberta is at the moment accepting requests for proposals to function an underground carbon storage hub serving the Alberta Industrial Heartland (AIH) zone close to Edmonton. The course of to pick out an operator for an additional hub close to Cold Lake will come “on the heels” of that, Savage stated in an interview late on Thursday.