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Boundary Dam - The Project The World is Watching

SaskPower is building one of the world's first and largest CCS projects. Boundary Dam will take an aging coal-fired power plant and transform it into a model of environmental sustainability, capable of reducing CO2 emissions by up to 90%.

2015 CCS Symposium Recap

Thanks to all those who attended the 2015 SaskPower CCS Symposium. Imagery, presentations and our recap video found here.


Take The Tour

Experience our virtual tour of the Boundary Dam CCS Project

Joining @Shell_Canada as they have their official launch for Quest Carbon Capture
November 6, 2015
Gale Katchur @GaleKatchur
Shell celebrates start up of #QuestCCS in Alberta, Canada. Read the press release:
November 6, 2015
Shell Canada @Shell_Canada
Congratulations @Shell on launching the Quest CCS Project today on the oil sands in Alberta: #QuestCCS
November 6, 2015
SaskPowerCCS @SaskPowerCCS
We’ve been bringing the carbon capture facility back online this week, with CO2 out the pipeline very early this morning.
November 5, 2015
SaskPowerCCS @SaskPowerCCS
About SaskPower CCS

SaskPower Carbon Capture & Storage Initiatives is comprised of a variety of large-scale CCS projects in Saskatchewan, Canada on behalf of the province's leading power utility.