Carbon capture and storage

A consortium of 20 organizations, REX-CO2, including research institutions, operators, and regulatory authorities, studied mature wells in two areas of the UK Continental Shelf. Subsurface data were evaluated and verified the wells’ potential suitability for both reuse and CO2 injection and storage.
The CO2 capture capacity of all CCS facilities under development increased 44% over the past 12 months, bringing the total capacity of those projects to 244 mtpa of CO2.
The US giant joins CF Industries and EnLink on a development that could capture and permanently store 2 million metric tons of carbon dioxide starting in 2025.

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