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Canada Nickel Identifies New Method for Accelerated CO2 Capture

Canada Nickel Company Inc.


  • Simple carbon capture approach could allow production of Net Zero nickel and generation of  
    21 tonnes of CO2 credits per tonne of nickel produced after offsetting all emissions
  • Demonstrates potential to turn a nickel mine into a generator of carbon credits rather than generator of carbon emissions
  • Crawford Project could produce an estimated average of 710,000 tonnes of CO2 credits annually and 18 million total tonnes of CO2 credits over expected life of mine

Figure 1a, 1b: A Comparison of Active IPT Carbonation vs. Passive Carbon Sequestration Rates

Figure 2 – IPT Carbonation – CO2 Capture per Tonne of Nickel

Figure 3. A Comparison of CO2 Capture Between the High Brucite (3.5% Brucite) and Average Brucite Samples (1.9% Brucite)

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