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Pipeline Operator Kinder Morgan Sees Tax Credits Speeding Up Clean Energy Investments

U.S. funding for clean energy projects will help energy pipeline operator Kinder Morgan accelerate its investments in renewable natural gas and carbon sequestration, executives said on Wednesday.

Wintershall Dea Urges Germany to Clear CO2 Exports for Storage

German oil and gas producer Wintershall Dea urged Berlin on Monday to clear exports of carbon dioxide to European neighbors that would be buried in so-called carbon capture and storage facilities.

Canada's Trudeau Urges Alberta to Contribute to Carbon-Capture Incentives

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday urged the government of the main oil-producing province of Alberta to use its budget surplus to help bolster tax credits meant to help scale up carbon capture and storage and reduce emissions.

Canada Oil Sands Producers to Begin Evaluating Proposed Carbon Storage Site

Canada's largest oil sands producers signed an agreement with the Alberta government allowing them to assess the geology of an underground carbon storage site, a step in their plan to tackle greenhouse gas emissions, the companies said on Wednesday.

Baker Hughes to Provide Equipment for Petronas Carbon Capture Project

Baker Hughes will provide turbo compression equipment to transport CO2 emitted from flaring at the Kasawari gas development and reinject it into a depleted offshore field through a subsea pipeline.

Consortium Seeks First Proposals for Carbon Capture Shipping Project

A consortium of global energy and shipping organizations said on Tuesday it was seeking proposals to study ways to offload captured carbon dioxide from ships during port calls. The call for proposals is part of the world's first project aimed at building and testing a full-scale carbon-dioxide capture system aboard an oil tanker.

Enbridge Sees Higher 2023 Profit, Joins Occidental on Carbon Capture Project

Canada's biggest pipeline operator Enbridge Inc. on Wednesday forecasted higher 2023 core earnings, banking on sustained high demand for oil and gas amid tight supplies.

Exxon to Exit Africa in Crude Phaseout, Eyeing Low-Carbon Natural Gas Options

Exxon's departure reflects a wider move by major oil producers to reduce crude production in West Africa and shift investments to lower-carbon natural gas development on the continent, and to more lucrative projects in the Americas.

US Proposes Rules to Limit Methane Leaks from Public Lands Drilling

The U.S Interior Department's Bureau of Land Management on Monday proposed rules to limit methane leaks from oil and gas drilling on public lands, the latest move by the Biden administration to crack down on the potent greenhouse gas.

TotalEnergies, Air Liquide to Produce Low-Carbon Hydrogen in France

Industrial gases company Air Liquide and TotalEnergies plan to produce low-carbon hydrogen at the Grandpuits site in France, the pair said on Tuesday, as France looks to increase its sources of renewable energy.

Carbon Capture Not Ending Pipeline Woes

(P&GJ) — With growing demand and government incentives to develop more carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) capacity, some of the biggest U.S. pipeline projects now on the drawing board are designed to transport CO2 from source to storage.

Canada, Nigeria Target Oil and Gas Methane Emissions with New Laws

Oil and gas producers Canada and Nigeria have become the latest countries to tackle the potent greenhouse gas methane with laws to rein in emissions in the fossil fuel energy sector.

Chevron, MOL to Study CO2 Shipping from Singapore to Australia

(P&GJ) — Chevron Corp. has signed joint study agreement with Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd. (MOL) to study the feasibility of transporting liquified carbon dioxide from Singapore to permanent storage locations offshore Australia.

Mauritania and BP to Explore Green Hydrogen Projects

BP has signed an agreement with Mauritania to explore ways to develop low-carbon hydrogen on a large scale in the West African country, the British energy company said on Tuesday

Nikola, KeyState to Develop Pennsylvania’s First Low-Carbon Hydrogen Value Chain

Electric vehicle maker Nikola Corp. said on Monday it was working with KeyState Natural Gas Synthesis to create Pennsylvania state's first low-carbon hydrogen production supply chain.

Schlumberger, Linde to Collaborate on Carbon Capture Projects

(P&GJ) — Schlumberger and Linde have entered into a strategic collaboration on carbon capture, utilization and sequestration (CCUS) projects to accelerate decarbonization solutions across industrial and energy sectors.

Exxon Mobil Taps EnLink’s Pipeline Network for Louisiana Carbon Capture Project

(P&GJ) — Exxon Mobil has signed an agreement with EnLink Midstream to use EnLink’s transportation network to deliver CO2 to its 125,000-acre storage location in Vermilion Parish, Louisiana. CF Industries is investing $200 million to build a CO2 dehydration and compression unit at its Donaldsonville, Louisiana, facility to enable the captured CO2 to be transported and stored.

Carbon America to Develop Carbon Capture and Sequestration Project in Nebraska

(P&GJ) — Carbon America plans to install carbon capture equipment that will extract CO₂ from the ethanol production process and transfer the gas via a new carbon dioxide pipeline to an underground geologic sequestration site near the plant.

Belgian, Danish Governments Clear Way for Europe’s First Trial of CO2 Storage in North Sea

(P&GJ) — Ministers from Belgium and Denmark have entered into a ground-breaking agreement to enable captured CO2 to be shipped across their boarders to be permanently stored in a sandstone reservoir 1,800 m (5,905 ft) beneath the seabed of the Danish North Sea.

Expert Keynote Speakers Talk CCUS and Tax Credits at GEI’s Carbon+Intel Forum

Global experts and professionals in the carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) space, which is experiencing rapid growth, gathered together Wednesday on day one of Gulf Energy Information’s two-day Carbon+Intel Forum in Houston.

EPA Approves First-of-its-Kind Permanent Carbon Sequestration Plan in Permian Basin

(P&GJ) — Stakeholder Midstream's Pozo Acido well’s proximity to the most prolific interstate CO2 pipelines in the United States, such as Kinder Morgan's Cortez pipeline, allows Stakeholder to provide carbon sequestration to third parties in the Permian Basin and beyond.

Sustainability: Energy Company ESG Efforts

(P&GJ) — Late in 2021, a global energy think tank at Columbia University held a private workshop with representatives from the national and international oil, financial, consulting and nongovernment organization (NOC) sectors, along with academia, to better understand the dynamics and impact of the global sustainability movement on the energy space.

Reducing Carbon Footprints at Oil, Gas Infrastructures

(P&GJ) — The energy and resources industry is undergoing one of the most significant shifts in generations. This transition is toward green energy – or renewable energy created from natural resources – that does not release greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions during production.

Equinor, Wintershall Dea Consider Building 560-Mile Pipeline to Capture CO2 Under North Sea

Equinor and Wintershall Dea eye the construction of a 900-km (560-mile) long pipeline to transport CO2 from northern Germany to storage sites offshore Norway before 2032. The pipeline is expected to have a transport capacity of 20 million to 40 million tonnes of CO2 per year.

Occidental to Begin Construction on Direct Air Carbon Capture Facility in Permian Basin

The direct air capture plant will be the world’s largest of its kind and is expected to capture up to 500,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide per year once operational with the capability to scale up to 1 million metric tons per year.

Inpex, Woodside, TotalEnergies Score Acreage for CCS Studies Offshore Australia

Australia has awarded Japan's Inpex Corp., France's TotalEnergies and Woodside Energy Group offshore acreage permits for assessing carbon emissions storage as the government pushes to speed up emissions reductions.

Oil Industry Ready to Tap $430 Billion Climate Fund for Carbon Capture Projects

Tax credits in the $430 billion U.S. climate and tax bill set to be signed into law this week will kickstart carbon sequestration projects, say oil and gas proponents, offsetting startup costs for some of the anti-pollution initiatives.

BP Drills Appraisal Well in Texas for Carbon Capture and Storage

BP has begun drilling an appraisal well in Texas for its U.S. carbon capture and sequestration business, an executive said on Monday.

Conceding to Manchin, US Climate Bill Eases Methane Fees on Oil Industry

The U.S. Senate climate bill’s fee on oil and gas industry methane emissions will cover less than half the sector’s releases of the greenhouse gas, thanks to concessions made to win over party holdout Joe Manchin, according to a review of the legislation and interviews with lawmakers that negotiated it.

CapturePoint, Energy Transfer to Evaluate Haynesville Carbon Capture Project

CapturePoint Solutions LLC has signed a letter of intent with Energy Transfer to participate in a feasibility study to capture CO2 emissions from natural gas production facilities in the Haynesville shale.

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