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Heidelberg Materials | Edmonton CCUS facility

Canada
Greenfield

Overview

Status
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Greenfield
Region
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North America
Geography
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Canada
State
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Alberta
Equity Owner
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Heidelberg Materials (formerly Lehigh Hanson); The Government of Canada
Proponent
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Heidelberg Materials North America (formerly Lehigh Hanson)
Output
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Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)
Type of electricty
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Capacity
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Capture over 1 million tonnes of CO₂ annually
Financing
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Canada's Strategic Innovation Fund (SIF)
Technology
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Shell CANSOLV® CO2 Capture System
Technical Advisors
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WSP (Owner's Engineers); Technip Energies (FEED); Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (FEED); Kiewit (FEED)
Advisors
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Project Contact
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Corwyn Bruce, Director, Project Engineering
Lawyers
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Project Cost
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$1.4bn CAD
Offtaker
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Enbridge's Open Access Wabamun Carbon Hub
Commercial Operations Date
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2026
Decommission Date
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FID
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November, 2024

Description

The development of a carbon capture and storage facility at Heidelberg Materials’ cement plant in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

The full-scale project is expected to capture over 1 million tonnes of CO₂ annually as of 2026, up to 95% of the plant’s total CO₂ emissions.

Heidelberg Materials and the Government of Canada successfully completed a Memorandum of Understanding in support of Heidelberg Materials’ project in April 2023. The Government of Canada will invest in the facility.

The project would be supported by Enbridge’s Open Access Wabamun Carbon Hub, a carbon sequestration hub where the plant’s carbon emissions would be transported via pipeline and permanently sequestered.

The company anticipates FID in 2024.

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