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Tim leads the team developing CCS opportunities in Canada, including Shell’s Polaris Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) project and the Atlas Carbon Storage Hub based in Alberta, Canada. Atlas is proposed to permanently store about 300 million tonnes of CO2 underground over the course of operations.
Tim previously lead the Quest CCS project from construction to operations. The Quest facility was built under budget, ahead of schedule, and has captured over 6 million tonnes of CO2 with better than anticipated performance. Tim began his career at Shell in 2002 at the Scotford Upgrader. In 2008, he became the Plant Production Manager at Shell Albian Sands before moving to Quest CCS in 2011.
Tim is a born and raised Alberta resident and an alumnus of the University of Alberta with a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering. In his spare time, Tim enjoys running marathons, playing and watching hockey, and spending time with his two daughters.