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Entropy’s low-cost modular CCS technology

Post-combustion modular technology allows capture of emissions from most common sources of industrial process rather than just largest single source

The Western Canadian oil patch has been hit hard by extended periods of low oil and gas prices since the middle of the last decade, leading to waves of consolidation, with major foreign oil companies exiting the region and larger Canadian companies gobbling up smaller ones to reduce costs and attract capital. But Calgary-based Advantage Oil and Gas, a mid-size producer, has decided to go a very different route. In partnership with Allardyce Bower Consulting (ABC), a process-engineering firm, Advantage established Entropy Inc. at the end of March. The new company is to provide relatively low-cost modular carbon capture and storage (MCCS) post-combustion technology to a wide range of industr



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