A partnership between the United States and Canada could bring North America its first large scale carbon capture and storage project. The current proposal under consideration would see 1,000 tons of CO2 captured daily at a Canadian coal-fired power plant owned by SaskPower. The captured CO2 would be transported via pipeline to Montana for underground storage. The project would cost $245 million. Montana Gov. Schweitzer is seeking $100 million from the stimulus package to pay for the project.