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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Robert Watson
Billed as the world's first commercial-scale carbon capture undertaking, the $1.35 billion Boundary Dam Project near Estevan, Saskatchewan, is only a few months away from startup.
Here we go again. Voters, pundits and political junkies will be glued to Wednesday night's presidential debate to see more than just a back-and-forth on national defense, the economy and other issues.
"It's absolutely pioneering," SaskPower President Robert Watson told The Minot Daily News (http://bit.ly/1rERHXk). "It's the first in the world. It will be a definite model that any company, government or region in the world who is burning fossil fuels at all for power production should be looking at, all the way from design phase through the construction and operation. They should be having serious looks at it to see if it fits their profiles at all."
Electricity users won't see rate increases due to the carbon capture project, Watson said.