Enhance in Action

We are committed to participating in the world’s transition to a zero-carbon economy.  We are reducing the global carbon footprint by advancing our Carbon, Capture and Storage (CCS) developments including our initial project for CCUS enhanced oil recovery (EOR) operations at our Clive field in Alberta. In June 2020, Enhance and our partners commemorated the milestone of ACTL reaching full operations with first injection of CO2 at Clive. We will continue to provide ongoing information on the ACTL system and our EOR project, including the latest news and relevant updates on industry CCS / CCUS developments.

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Our low-carbon energy solution

No other crude oil produced in the world will have a lower net-carbon impact on the environment. We’re Enhance Energy, and we’re passionate about the world’s transition to a zero-carbon economy.  Here’s what we are doing about it.

Enhance in the Media

ENHANCE CEO OPTIMISTIC ABOUT CCS OPPORTUNITIES

Article by the Daily Oil Bulletin | April 12, 2021

“We’ve got the expertise to sequester, we’ve got public acceptance and it’s something that we can do. So, we know what we’re doing and we know how to do it.”

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CANADA’S LEADERSHIP IN CARBON MITIGATION TECH SPARKING IMAGINATION ABOUT THE FUTURE

Article by Canadian Energy Centre | March 29, 2021

“A model example of a public-private partnership, the project offers a visionary view of the future of low-carbon industrial development,” says the Australia-based Global CCS Institute.

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DEAL WITH ENHANCE ENERGY RIGHT THING TO DO SAYS NAUTICOL ENERGY CEO

Article by Everything GP | March 25, 2021

“A new carbon capture deal with Enhance Energy … plus the project design allows Nauticol to become … a global leader in emissions for a world-scale plant.”

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PROPOSED ALBERTA METHANOL PROJECT REACHES DEAL TO ADD CARBON CAPTURE ABILITY

Article by Global News | March 23, 2021

“[This] gives us the confidence to start exploring the best ways to create another made-in-Alberta carbon management solution in another part of the province”.

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PROPOSED $2.6B ALBERTA METHANOL PROJECT INKS DEAL TO ADD CARBON CAPTURE ABILITY

Article by CBC News | March 23, 2021

“Adding the carbon capture component is essential to attract financial backers”.

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ENHANCE’S MEGATONNE MILESTONE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS

Member Statement by MP Blaine Calkins | March 10, 2021

“An Alberta company leading the way”.

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ENHANCE’S MEGATONNE MILESTONE FEDERAL-PROVINCIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Joint federal-provincial announcement | March 9, 2021

“Enhance Energy and the Alberta Carbon Trunk Line are true Alberta success stories.”

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YOU’VE HEARD OF NET ZERO? THESE OIL COMPANIES SAY THEY’VE REACHED ‘NET-NEGATIVE’ CARBON EMISSIONS

Article by CBC News | January 25th, 2021

“So far, executives say about 4,000 tonnes of CO2 is stored underground every day, which they say is the equivalent of taking 350,000 vehicles off the road — a point of pride for the company.”

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NEW CO2 PIPELINE CAPABLE OF CAPTURING 20% OF OILSANDS EMISSIONS COULD HOLD KEY TO ALBERTA’S ENERGY FUTURE

Article by Financial Post | June 4th, 2020

“Operating at just 11% capacity now, it’s already the equivalent of taking an estimated 300,000 cars off the road”

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ALBERTA CARBON TRUNK PIPELINE FULLY OPERATIONAL

Article by Global News | June 2nd, 2020

“Alberta’s Carbon Trunk Pipeline carrying greenhouse gas emissions is now fully operational. Provincial affairs reporter Tom Vernon has the details.”

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CARBON CAPTURE PROJECT NEAR CLIVE IS NOW OPERATIONAL

Article by Red Deer Advocate | June 2nd, 2020

“$1.2 billion project will see CO2 injected underground to recover oil…”

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THE ALBERTA CARBON TRUNK LINE IS NOW OPERATIONAL

Article by Digital Journal | June 2nd, 2020

“After more than a decade in the works, a new carbon capture project in Alberta is now operational with lofty goals of sequestering large amounts of emissions…”

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AT LONG LAST, NEW CARBON CAPTURE PROJECT LAUNCHES IN ALBERTA

Article by CBC | June 2nd, 2020

“The system is … the world’s largest capacity pipeline for CO2 from human activity and its capacity represents about 20 per cent of all current oilsands emissions”

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$1.2 BILLION CO2 PIPELINE FROM INDUSTRIAL HEARTLAND TO DEPLETED OILFIELDS IN CENTRAL ALBERTA COMES ONLINE

Article by the Edmonton Journal | June 2nd, 2020

“After 11 years, the province’s largest carbon capture and storage project is fully operational”

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WORLD’S LARGEST CO2 PIPELINE STILL ON TRACK

“The world’s largest pipeline project to capture and permanently store carbon dioxide emissions from human activity is on track to begin operating this summer.”

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CANADA’S LARGEST CARBON CAPTURE OPERATION

“Enhance Energy uses CO2 to recover oil, but the real win is greenhouse gas emissions reduction.”

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ALBERTA IS STARTING UP THE WORLD’S LARGEST CO2 PIPELINE

“Imagine if crude oil production and use resulted in low, or even no net greenhouse gas emissions? This is not a Jetson-style idea, it will soon be a reality in Alberta. This week we hear from Kevin Jabusch, the CEO of Enhance Energy.”

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WHAT THE DEBATE BETWEEN CLIMATE CHANGE AND ECONOMY MEANS FOR CANADA’S OILPATCH

“As part of the Labour Day holiday special, The Patch 2030, CBC’s Allison Dempster and Erin Collins explore the polarizing debate between the pressure to fight climate change and the future of Canada’s oil and gas industry by speaking to both environmental advocates and energy producers.”

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