Senscient has been selected by Shell to provide its series 2000 ELDSTM sensors for the Carmon Creek project in Canada. “Shell has been a longstanding supporter of Senscient and an early adopter of our technology. Much of the early field testing of our technology was conducted by Shell at their facilities in the United Kingdom. Since then, we have supplied our gas detection sensors to a number of Shell projects and facilities around the world, including the Majnoon oilfield in Iraq, the Deer Park refinery in Texas, the Groningen gas plant in Holland, the Norco chemical plant in Louisiana and the Scotford refinery in Canada. We are grateful to Shell for the confidence the company has placed in Senscient and look forward to building on this successful partnership,” said Rajat Barua, CEO of Senscient.
Shell is progressing construction of the Carmon Creek project on its Peace River heavy oil leases. The project will produce 80,000 barrels of bitumen per day using vertical steam drive wells. At an estimated $3.2 billion, Carmon Creek is one of the major projects being undertaken by Shell globally. For additional details on the Carmon Creek project, please visit the following link: