Lougheed, Tim
September 2014
Canadian Chemical News;Sep/Oct2014, p30
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the Quest project launched by petroleum company Shell Canada, which aims to sequester the underground greenhouse gas. It states that the initiative will convert hydrocarbon-rich soils into a fuel stock as primary source of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in Canada. Other topics include chlorofluorocarbon mitigation, carbon capture sequestration (CCS), and climate change.


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