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An overview of federal and provincial regulatory frameworks and gaps that guide and affect implementation of CCS: A non-confidential report
Published:01 Apr 2012
Project Pioneer involves the construction of a large-scale carbon capture facility at the Keephills 3 coal-fired power plant west of Edmonton, Alberta. The intent of this report is to provide guidance and reporting on the existing regulatory gaps that Canada and Alberta face as it relates to Project Pioneer and other CCS projects. This report will also seek to clearly outline for others what regulatory frameworks currently exist in both jurisdictions, as well as outline some of the work that the province of Alberta is conducting in the area of regulatory frameworks and enhanced collaboration with pertinent partners and levels of government.