I did have the opportunity to visit the Boundary Dam in Saskatchewan, which is using carbon capture and storage technology in a coal-fired plant. In fact, apparently I brought the Minister of Environment for Saskatchewan and that was the first time he actually saw it in operation.
Yes, I certainly thought it was very interesting. I think the challenge, getting back to your colleague's question about price, is that the price of reducing emissions approaches over $200 per tonne, so we look for low-cost ways. I know the Government of Saskatchewan has supported that but if you're looking at cost-effectiveness I think that needs to be a consideration. I know the Saskatchewan utility is looking at whether they move forward with this technology, whether it makes sense from an economic perspective.