Carbon Management Canada (CMC) originated in 2011 and today holds 150+ years of experience in CCUS, reservoir modelling, sub-surface measurement, monitoring technologies, emissions detection, quantification technologies & measurement methodologies. CMC has two facilities used for testing. Our Field Research Station in Newell County, Alberta is where we test and monitor the secure storage of CO2 at shallow depths, as well as the testing and validation of methane monitoring and measurement technologies. Meanwhile, our Carbon Capture and Conversion Institute in Richmond, BC focuses on simulating and testing equipment with the ability to de-risk, test and scale-up technologies through 12 capture and utilization pathways. With our extensive experience, we are able to accelerate results in technology validation, industrial emission solutions, and workforce skill-building.
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Allow CMC's, Greg Maidment, to break down the topic of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS). In this video, our CCS expert explains the process of CCS, the limiting factors and why it is important to Cana ...