Weyburn Carbon Capture Project Springs a Leak

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Canadian Press reports that carbon dioxide is fizzing out of the ground over the experimental Cenovus (Encana) carbon-capture-and-storage project in Weyburn, Saskatchewan.

The evidence comes in a study financed by the farming couple who reported that they were finding an increasing number of dead small animals in a quary that also featured explosions and fizzy geysers.

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