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BHPB, SaskPower join to promote CCS tech

BHP Billiton has signed an agreement with Saskatchewan, Canada-based electricity provider SaskPower to help promote the development of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology globally

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SaskPower’s Boundary Dam project is the world’s first post-combustion coal-fired CCS project. Photo: SaskPower

SaskPower’s Boundary Dam project is the world’s first post-combustion coal-fired CCS project. Photo: SaskPower

The diversified miner has agreed to share data, information and lessons learned from SaskPower’s Boundary Dam facility, the world’s first full chain power sector CCS project. It would contribute to the...

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