CCS for Haynesville Plants

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Texas-based CapturePoint said it has signed a letter of intent with midstream giant Energy Transfer to participate in a feasibility study to capture and store CO2 emissions from natural gas processing plants in the Haynesville Shale formation in the southeastern US. The agreement would support CapturePoint’s plans to develop a regional storage hub. Under the deal, Energy Transfer would build and operate a pipeline from the Haynesville to storage sites at the Cenla hub. CapturePoint would build and operate capture services for third-party Haynesville facilities and is seeking additional industrial sources of CO2 emissions to capture and then store at the hub.

Carbon Capture (CCS), CO2 Emissions, Corporate Strategy , Midstream Companies
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