Reuters exclusively reported that Canadian pipeline operator Pembina Pipeline Corp is asking backers of two competing proposals for carbon capture hubs in the oil-producing province of Alberta to combine efforts with its own plan. The company’s CEO told Reuters in an interview that Pembina has spoken with both groups about joining together, and talks remain active. The Pembina-TC plan, called Alberta Carbon Grid, faces competition from at least two others – Oil Sands Pathways, pitched by the largest oil sands producers, and Polaris, a proposal by Royal Dutch Shell. Carbon capture facilities are expected to be a key part of global efforts to contain emissions from fossil fuel production.
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