Edmonton, Alberta – Sep 20, 2016
Shell has confirmed that their Quest Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) project has captured and stored one million tonnes of CO2 ahead of schedule.
As previously reported, Cybertech worked as the main automation contractor for the Quest project – within the Scotford Upgrader scope in addition to pipeline/injection well controls and automation. We were proud to be a key project partner since 2011 with nearly 40 Cybertech employees involved in the project at different stages.
Alberta’s Energy Minister had additional encouraging words for the project in the Edmonton Journal. “Our province has a long track record of oil and gas innovation and expertise,” said Marg McCuaig-Boyd. “For more than 100 years, Albertans have been turning heads around the world by inventing better, safer and more responsible ways to develop our natural resources. Congratulations to all the hard working people at Quest who have made this project successful, and to the thousands of Albertans working to make the future of our energy industry even stronger.”