Spring 2021

Carbon capture in Canada

RMSpumptools (RMSP) is providing a key electrical component for an exciting carbon capture initiative in Canada.

‘Carbon capture’ describes an environmentally friendly process which takes carbon out of the air, dissolves it in water and injects it into the ground where it turns to stone, trapping the potentially damaging greenhouse gas back in the earth. A Canadian company, Enhance Energy, is pioneering a way to take huge quantities of CO2 from local industries and inject it into the ground where it displaces trapped oil that can be pumped to the surface. This allows oil to be recovered from old or previously uneconomical oil fields as part of the carbon capture process, in a process which uses 60% less carbon than conventional oil extraction.  

RMSpumptools (RMSP) has been selected to provide ‘packer penetrator systems’ at the Clive Field in Alberta, to protect the oil well casing from the potentially damaging effect of the captured CO2.

RMSP Canada regional manager, Colin Drever, says:

‘These systems were critical to a safe operation and RMSP were selected for this project as the provider of the most reliable systems for this harsh environment. We are thrilled to be involved in a cutting-edge project which allows oil to be extracted with a net zero impact on emissions.’

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