DNV has issued what it claims is the world’s first certificate of fitness ...

DNV has issued what it claims is the world’s first certificate of fitness for a carbon dioxide (CO2) storage development plan to the Quest carbon capture and storage (CCS) project. The proposed Quest project will capture and permanently store underground more than 1mn t/y of CO2 from its Scotford Upgrader, located near Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta. Quest is being advanced on behalf of the Athabasca Oil Sands Project (AOSP), a joint venture between Shell (60%) Chevron (20%) and Marathon Oil (20%). It will be the first CCS project to be implemented at an oil sands operation.

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