Last week I was in Canada for the 3rd biennial conference on post-combustion capture organised by the IEA Greenhouse Gas programme, this time co-hosted by regional utility Saskpower to mark their successful commissioning of Boundary Dam 3 – not only the first ever power plant with post-combustion capture, but the first of any kind. Located around a hundred miles south of Regina, the provincial capital where the conference was held, the visit to this facility was clearly a big draw for delegates, though unfortunately one I was unable to stay on for. Fortunately, the event also tied in . . .