Carbon capture and storage

New 1.0 Bcf/D facility in Baytown, Texas, is expected online no later than 2028.
Spending on low-carbon projects will increase by $60 billion this year, 10% higher than 2022, led by wind developments but helped by a significant rise in funding for hydrogen and carbon capture, utilization and storage infrastructure, Rystad Energy research shows.
A big jump in the tax incentives offered for putting CO2 in the ground, hopefully forever, has set off a mad rush to sequester CO2. But is that really the best option?

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