CO2 transport and sequestration under study on the US Gulf Coast | News


The Monday Duo (25and April) said they wanted to provide service to transmitters in the industrial corridors from the greater Houston area to the Beaumont/Port Arthur areas.

According to the plans for the project, Enterprise has announced that it will develop the CO2 aggregation and transportation network through the use of new and existing pipelines along the Gulf Coast.

To this end, Oxy will develop sequestration centers across the United States, which are expected to be anchored by direct air capture facilities, through its 1PointFive business unit.

Jim Teague, co-CEO of Enterprise Products, said, “For many years, Enterprise and Oxy have successfully collaborated in the development of traditional oil and gas production.

“We are excited to evolve this relationship with OLCV to provide reliable and cost effective CO emissions2 transportation and sequestration services to advance a low-carbon economy for the energy capital of the world.

It is hoped that the centers developed will both reduce carbon emissions and inspire the region’s heavy emitters to consider various carbon management strategies.

Richard Jackson, President of US Land Resources and Carbon Management and Operations at Occidental, said, “We look forward to working with Enterprise to develop a sequestration solution to help industrial emitters achieve their net zero goals.” .

“We believe our low carbon strategy enhances Oxy’s business value and paves the way for us to net zero while providing organizations around the world with the tools they need to achieve net zero or net negative emissions. “

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