On November 16 and 17, a first International Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Projects Forum brought together projects developers from Canada, China, EU and the US to exchange their experience in CCS project development and to share lesson learned.

Organised by the EU CCS Network in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Energy, the Forum focused on identifying best practices in project development, exchanging experience in complying in different regulatory environments and discussing effective financial supporting mechanisms.

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Almost one year after the launch of Boundary Dam CCS project, Regina hosted PCCC3 and SaskPower CCS Symposium. This special session showcased the first year operation experience from the CO2 capture facility at Boundary Dam. Delegates also had an opportunity to visit the CO2 capture facilities at Boundary Dam Power Station.

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