The Weyburn-Midale Project was unique for the ways in which governments – both within Canada and internationally – combined their efforts with industry and independent research organizations to examine the feasibility of the long-term geological storage of CO2 in the sub-surface.  In-kind and cash contributions were provided to conduct research in the project by the following companies and governments:

Apache Canada
Aramco Services Company
Cenovus Energy
Dakota Gasification Company
Nexen Inc.

Shell Canada Limited

Alberta Innovates
IEAGHG R&D Programme
Natural Resources Canada
Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth (RITE)
Saskatchewan Ministry of Energy and Resources
United States Department of Energy

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