Velocys Bayou Fuels

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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.

Freeport LNG

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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

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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

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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.

Anrav

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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.

Broadwing Energy

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One of the first projects of its kind in the world, Broadwing would represent more than a half-billion-dollar investment into Central Illinois, building on the existing carbon storage facility at Decatur. It will generate 280 MW of clean power and it has been agreed in principle to be located next to ADM’s processing complex. Similarly to 8 Rivers other power projects, it will utilise NET Power’s system design.

Rio Grande LNG

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NextDecade is developing Rio Grande LNG to supply low-carbon intensity LNG in the Port of Brownsville, Texas. At full scale, Rio Grande LNG will be capable of producing 27 million metric tonnes of low carbon LNG for export to markets around the world. The plant will have a capture rate in excess of 90% and will permanently sequester 5 million metric tonnes of CO2 per year. NextDecade have already secured a long-term supply deal with Shell to supply 2 million metric tonnes per year for 20 years.

Cane Run Unit 7

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The Department of Energy is providing $5.8 million of funding to a project team led by the Electric Power Research Institute to complete a FEED study for a project that could retrofit the University of Kentucky’s solvent-independent low-cost CO2 capture process to the Cane Run 7 generation unit. The DOE selected Cane Run 7 as it is an ideal representative of power plants in the Midwest and central U.S, where intermittent renewable power and geographical storage for CO2 is limited.

Illinois Clean Fuels Project

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Illinois Clean Fuels is a synthetic fuel plant, under development, that will convert Municipal Solid Waste into sustainable aviation fuel, in combination with carbon capture and storage. The project will sequester the carbon captured in the process, as well as CO2 produced by other industries.

Deer Park Energy Center

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Calpine’s Deer Park Energy Center supplies steam to Shell Chemical Company and generates electric power that is sold into the wholesale market. In October 2021, a carbon capture project at Deer Park Energy Center was selected by the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management for federal funding as part of the department’s efforts to support transformative and innovative carbon capture and storage technologies. The project will utilise Shell’s CANSOLV technology, and the FEED study is expected to be finalised by early 2023.

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