Freeport LNG

Posted by

In November 2021, Storegga and Talos Energy signed a letter of intent with Freeport LNG to develop a CCS project at their site. Together the companies bring Storegga’s end-to-end CCS project experience and Talos’s offshore operational and sub-surface expertise. The project will utilize a Freeport LNG-owned geological sequestration site located less than half a mile from point of capture with up to a 30-year injection term and will permanently sequester CO2. Furthermore, the site is located within 25 miles of up to an additional 15 Mtpa of CO2 emissions from other industrial sources, which offers the potential for expansion in the future.

Genesee CCS Project

Posted by

Capital Power has partnered with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Kiewit to continue engineering design on the Genesee Project. The project aims to build a carbon capture facility at the Genesee power station to capture 95% of CO2 emissions. The FEED study is being conducted in parallel with the engineering work to advance the Open Access Wabamun Carbon Hub, led by Enbridge Inc, and the carbon captured at Genesee will be transported and stored using this infrastructure.

LaBarge Facility Expansion

Posted by

ExxonMobil has made a final investment decision to expand carbon capture and storage at its LaBarge, Wyoming, facility, which has captured more CO2 than any other facility in the world to date. The expansion project will capture up to 1.2 million metric tons of CO2 per year, adding to the existing capacity of 6-7 million metric tons per year that the site already has.


Posted by

HeidelbergCement’s newly launched ANRAV CCUS project has been selected for Grant Agreement Preparation by the EU Innovation Fund, meaning that the project’s implementation will be supported. The project will involve construction of a carbon capture facility at the Bulgarian cement plant of HeidelbergCement’s subsidiary Devnya Cement, and the subsequent transport of the captured CO2 through a pipeline system to an offshore storage site under the Black Sea.

Velocys Bayou Fuels

Posted by

The Bayou Fuels plant will enable the commercial-scale production of negative-carbon liquid fuels. It will utilise waste woody biomass feedstock, renewable power and carbon capture and storage to help deliver net zero carbon aviation by 2050. Oxy Low Carbon Ventures will utilise their expertise and are responsible for storing the captured CO2.

San Juan Generating Station

Posted by

San Juan Generating Station is Enchant Energy’s hallmark project and represents efforts to retrofit CCS technology to capture 95% of the power stations emissions – making the site the lowest emitting coal-fired power station globally. The project has received funding from the Department of Energy to support the project.

Portland Cement Plant

Posted by

Svante, Holcim, Oxy Low Carbon Ventures and Total announced a joint study to assess the viability and design of a commercial-scale carbon-capture facility at the Holcim Portland Cement Plant in Florence, Colarado. The carbon-capture facility under review will employ Svante’s technology to capture carbon CO2 and Occidental will be responsible for the sequestration.

Mitchell Cement Plant

Posted by

Lehigh Hanson has received $3.7 million in funding from the DOE to conduct a FEED study retrofitting Mitsubishi Heavy Industries carbon capture technology at its new state-of-the-art cement plant in Mitchell, Indiana. The company is also contributing about $1.1 million in funding which brings the total value for the project to around $4.8 million. Commercial engineering support to the project will be provided by Sargent & Lundy.

Ste. Genevieve Cement Plant

Posted by

The project aims to deliver a FEED study for a carbon capture retrofit that can separate up to 95% of CO2 emissions at the plant. The captured CO2 will be ‘pipeline ready’ for geological storage and analysis of the project socio-economic impact will also be part of the study. The Department of Energy awarded approximately $5.8 million of funding for the study.

Balcones Cement Plant

Posted by

In November 2021, the U.S. Department of Energy awarded a grant to CEMEX to develop carbon capture technology at the Balcones cement plant in Texas. According to the announcement, CEMEX partnered with Membrane Technology & Research Inc. to conduct an 18-month study and explore the potential CO2 emission reduction from installing membrane technology in the plant’s production process.

Add Me To Your Mailing List

Please complete the form below and we will keep you updated as the event progresses.

Send Me The Agenda

Please complete the form below and we will send you a copy of the agenda as soon as it is ready.