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Les subventions canadiennes pour les projets de capture du carbone seraient équivalentes à celles des États-Unis

Le groupe Pembina a analysé les crédits d'impôts canadiens, couplés avec les crédits albertains, et conclut que les grands émetteurs canadiens ne seraient pas désavantagés. 

The analysis suggests that Canada’s proposed carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) investment tax credit and clean fuel regulations, when combined with credits available to producers in Alberta, would be worth $135 per tonne of CO2 sequestered for oilsands facilities by 2030, and potentially much higher for refineries. That exceeds the value of the U.S. 45Q tax credit, which is estimated to be worth around $115/tonne sequestered for oil production south of the border.
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