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Saskatchewan has a world-leading opportunity to develop an integrated local market for CO2 which supports sustainable resource development in the province. On the supply side, SaskPower’s Boundary Dam project will use amine chemical technology to capture flue gas CO2. This capture project will soon be commissioned. Saskatchewan’s oil industry is successfully using CO2 for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) in nearby heavy oil producing fields. Significant volumes of CO2 will be securely stored in the oil reservoir when the field has been depleted The synergy in supply and use of CO2 is an excellent example of how GHG emissions captured from fossil-fueled power plants can be put to use and ultimately stored, a win-win for the environment and for sustainable resource development.

 

This breakfast roundtable will provide an update on the Boundary Dam capture project and then will delve into the implications of a local CO2 supply for enhanced oil recovery operations in southeast Saskatchewan and in the Lloydminster area of the province.

 

 

Areas of Focus

  • Implications arising from the availability of CO2 supply for development of the oil resources of the province.
  • The key elements of an integrated arrangement for the supply, transportation and use of CO2 in the province.

Identify potential barriers and areas needing further investigation

Key Speakers

Programme:

08:00 am – 08:30 am

Breakfast

08:30 am – 08:35 am

Welcome and Introduction

Graham Campbell, President, Energy Council of Canada

08:35 am – 08:50 am

Keynote Opening Remarks

Honourable Tim McMillan, Minister of Energy and Resources, Government of Saskatchewan

08:50 am – 09:05 am

Update on Boundary Dam integrated CO2 capture and storage project

Robert Watson, President and CEO, SaskPower

09:05 am – 09:20 am

enhanced oil recovery opportunities in southeast saskatchewan

Dave Mudie, Senior Vice-President of Conventional Oil and Natural Gas, Cenovus Energy

09:20 am – 09:40 am

enhanced oil recovery opportunities in llyodminster area

Ed Connolly, Senior Vice President, Heavy Oil, Husky Oil Operations Limited

09:40 am – 10:00 am

Q + A / Speakers’ Panel- Moderator

What are the likely timelines for development of an integrated CO2 market in Saskatchewan?

Any infrastructure requirements?

Are there barriers?

Are there issues requiring resolution?

10:00 am – 10:05 am

Summary-What We Heard

Graham Campbell, President, Energy Council of Canada

Information:

 

Saskatchewan has a world-leading opportunity to develop an integrated local market for CO2 which supports sustainable resource development in the province. On the supply side, SaskPower’s Boundary Dam project will use amine chemical technology to capture flue gas CO2. This capture project will soon be commissioned. Saskatchewan’s oil industry is successfully using CO2 for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) in nearby heavy oil producing fields. Significant volumes of CO2 will be securely stored in the oil reservoir when the field has been depleted The synergy in supply and use of CO2 is an excellent example of how GHG emissions captured from fossil-fueled power plants can be put to use and ultimately stored, a win-win for the environment and for sustainable resource development.

 

This breakfast roundtable will provide an update on the Boundary Dam capture project and then will delve into the implications of a local CO2 supply for enhanced oil recovery operations in southeast Saskatchewan and in the Lloydminster area of the province.

 

 

Areas of Focus

Implications arising from the availability of CO2 supply for development of the oil resources of the province.

The key elements of an integrated arrangement for the supply, transportation and use of CO2 in the province.

Identify potential barriers and areas needing further investigation

Key Speakers

Programme:

08:00 am – 08:30 am

Breakfast

08:30 am – 08:35 am

Welcome and Introduction

Graham Campbell, President, Energy Council of Canada

08:35 am – 08:50 am

Keynote Opening Remarks

Honourable Tim McMillan, Minister of Energy and Resources, Government of Saskatchewan

08:50 am – 09:05 am

Update on Boundary Dam integrated CO2 capture and storage project

Robert Watson, President and CEO, SaskPower

09:05 am – 09:20 am

enhanced oil recovery opportunities in southeast saskatchewan

Dave Mudie, Senior Vice-President of Conventional Oil and Natural Gas, Cenovus Energy

09:20 am – 09:40 am

enhanced oil recovery opportunities in llyodminster area

Ed Connolly, Senior Vice President, Heavy Oil, Husky Oil Operations Limited

09:40 am – 10:00 am

Q + A / Speakers’ Panel- Moderator

What are the likely timelines for development of an integrated CO2 market in Saskatchewan?

Any infrastructure requirements?

Are there barriers?

Are there issues requiring resolution?

10:00 am – 10:05 am

Summary-What We Heard

Graham Campbell, President, Energy Council of Canada