Finding a future for carbon storage

Canada has invested billions to develop carbon capture technology. It has given the country a lead on the world, with lessons for Australia’s Gorgon project.

Australians have little cause to be familiar with the tiny town of Weyburn, Saskatchewan in Canada's prairies. For most Canadians, even, it is barely more than a speck on the map in a part of the country dotted with tiny, little-known farming communities.

But at the moment, Weyburn, with a massive carbon capture and storage facility operating there, is among eight operational large-scale CCS projects underpinning the much-talked-about viability of the technology.

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