Canadian project will seek to produce algae from oil sands CO2 emissions

May 20, 2013 |

In Canada, a three-year project will use algae to recycle industrial carbon dioxide emissions from an oil sands facility into commercial products like biofuels. The Algal Carbon Conversion Pilot Project, a partnership among the National Research Council of Canada, Canadian Natural Resources Limited and Pond Biofuels, will result in the construction of a unique, $19 million facility in Alberta.

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