Canada is a global leader in Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS), with four large-scale operating projects. However, compared to the United States, new investment in Canada is not keeping pace.
This week our guest is Beth (Hardy) Valiaho, Vice President, Strategy & Stakeholder Relations at the International CCS Knowledge Centre.
Beth tells us about the state of CCUS in Canada and our competitive position. Here are some of the questions Peter and Jackie asked her: How are carbon dioxide emissions captured and stored? Is CCUS economic? What are the new Canadian policies that are supportive of CCUS, including the Clean Fuel Standard (CFS), the $170/tonne carbon tax and the proposed Canadian tax credit? How do we compare to the United States with respect to policy?
To learn more about the International CCS Knowledge Centre, visit their website: https://ccsknowledge.com/
Provide feedback on future policy by taking the CCS Knowledge Centre’s survey: https://ccsknowledge.com/news/canadas-budget-2021-carbon-capture-and-storage
Read the CCS Knowledge Centre’s recent report on incenting large scale CCS in Canada: https://ccsknowledge.com/initiatives/incentivizing-large-scale-ccs
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