Entropy Gives Green Light For Its Second Gas Plant Carbon Capture Project

Entropy Gives Green Light To Its Second Carbon Capture Project - Carbon Herald

Earlier this week Entropy Inc. shared it has made a final investment decision to move forward with the second carbon capture at parent company Advantage Energy‘s Glacier Gas Plant. Operations are expected to start in Q2 of 2026 with a target of capturing 160,000 tonnes of CO2 annually from the Alberta plant.

The company shared that it is targeting over 90% efficiency with its modular carbon capture technology, which builds on the experience from the first project which is operational at the Glacier plant and capture 32,000 tonnes.

All capital expenditures are expected to be eligible for the recently legislated federal investment
tax credit of up to 50%, plus the upcoming Alberta carbon capture incentive program of 12%.

Last year, Entropy became the pioneer company to secure an agreement with Canada Growth, ensuring the stability of carbon pricing for its investments, thereby safeguarding the company’s investment in carbon capture technology against future price fluctuations.

The company also shared that it continues design work on several other carbon capture projects in Alberta as well as two projects in the United States.

The announcement is part of a growing number of carbon capture projects in Canada with Strathcona announcing a $1.5B oil sands project today, Shell announcing a pair of projects in June and energy minister Jonathan Wilkinson saying last week: “I do expect to see more carbon capture announcements in the coming months.”

Read more: Canada Natural Resources Minister Says More Carbon Capture Projects Are Coming

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