Houston Industrial Area Hub

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US supermajor ExxonMobil has proposed to establish a CCS hub for the industrial area along the Houston Ship Channel, requiring a combined investment of $100 billion or more. The hub, or “Innovation Zone”, would bring together all levels of government, academia, and the private sector to create a multi-user CCS system, aiming to capture the carbon dioxide emissions from the petrochemical, manufacturing, and power generation facilities in the area. The aim is to capture 50 million tpa of CO2 by 2030 and 100 million tpa by 2040.

South Wales Industrial Cluster

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South Wales is the second biggest industrial and power emitter of carbon in the UK, with over 16 million tonnes of CO2 emissions per annum. Around 90% of those emissions are produced by 3 companies – all of which are involved in the South Wales Industrial Cluster. The cluster is jointly funded by project partners and Innovate UK, supporting the initial phases of project development up to FEED studies.

Summit Carbon Solutions

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Summit Carbon Solutions is partnering with more than 30 ethanol plants across a five-state region. Located in Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Nebraska, this meaningful investment in the future of agriculture will capture carbon dioxide from the fermentation process of biorefineries. Once completed, Summit Carbon Solutions’ Project will be the largest carbon capture and storage project in the world. This project will have the capacity to capture and permanently store up to 12 million tons of CO2 every year.

Axe Seine Hub

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Supermajors ExxonMobil and TotalEnergies are teaming up with industrial companies Air Liquide, Borealis and Yara International to decarbonise an industrial basin in France’s Normandy region. The companies involved in the project have agreed to collaborate to assess the technical and economic feasibility of implementing an industrial CO2 capture and storage network, from their industrial facilities to ultimate storage in the North Sea.

BP Gulf Coast CCS Hub

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bp and Linde have announced plans to advance a major CCS project in Texas that will enable low carbon hydrogen production at Linde’s existing facilities. The development will also support the storage of CO2 captured from other industrial facilities – paving the way for large-scale decarbonization of the Texas Gulf Coast industrial corridor. As part of the project, bp will appraise, develop and permit the geological storage sites for permanent sequestration of the CO2

Ohio Hub

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US Steel, Equinor and Shell are teaming up to create a collaborative carbon capture and hydrogen hub in the Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania region. Equinor and Shell plan to jointly apply for US Department of Energy funding designated for the creation of regional carbon capture and clean energy hubs to move forward. US Steel is currently evaluating the role it could play in the hub – including as a potential funding participant, customer, supplier, or partner.

Eastern Wyoming Sequestration Hub

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Tallgrass is advancing a project to convert its Trailblazer natural gas pipeline to CO2 transportation service, establishing an approximately 400-mile CO2 pipeline to serve as the backbone of a regional CO2 transportation system. This project will allow us to capture, transport and permanently sequester over 10 million tons of CO2 per year from industries in Nebraska, Colorado, and Wyoming. In support of this investment, Tallgrass is developing a commercial-scale CO2 sequestration hub in southeastern Wyoming, partially funded from a grant from the Wyoming Energy Authority.

3D Project

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The objective of the ‘3D Project’ is threefold: demonstrate the effectiveness of the DMX process at pilot scale, implement the first industrial unit at ArcelorMittal’s site, and design a future Dunkirk North sea cluster. This cluster will be backed up by the transport and storage infrastructure developed in the North Sea by other projects such as Northern Lights.

Wabamun Carbon Hub

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Enbridge is developing the Open Access Wabamun Carbon Hub in Alberta, to support near-term carbon capture projects being advanced by project partners Capital Power and Lehigh Cement. Once built, the Hub will be among the largest integrated CCS projects in the world and can be scaled to meet the needs of other nearby industrial emitters. In addition, Enbridge has agreed to offer a significant equity interest in the hub’s CO2 transportation and storage infrastructure to local Indigenous communities.

Meadowbrook Hub Project

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The Meadowbrook project aims to sequester 3 million tonnes per annum of CO2 captured from local emitters. In 2022, Bison received an evalutation phase carbon storage tenure for a 70,000 hectare area north of Morinville. The evaluation phase has commenced and is expected to be completed by late 2023.

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