Alberta's Knowledge Sharing Program
Alberta's investment in CCS will also help make carbon capture and storage technologies more accessible. Both funded CCS projects are required to share technical information and lessons learned. This will help future CCS projects from around the world benefit from the lessons learned in Alberta.
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