November 2019, Vol. 246, No. 11

CO2 Pipelines

Alberta Carbon Trunk Line About to Come on Line

By Michael Reed, Editor The Alberta Carbon Trunk Line (ACTL) project in Alberta, Canada, is a massive undertaking. It consists of a 150-mile (240-km) pipeline, which will gather 14.6 mtpa of CO2 when it reaches full capacity.  To gain perspective on the size of this project, this number represents about 20% of all current oil sand emissions and would have the same effect as taking every car in Alberta off the road.  At full capacity, the ACTL project will be the largest carbon capture, transportation, utilization and storage (CCUS) project in the world that only uses CO2 originating from human activity.  “We’re kind of on the home stretch in a se

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