Projects

The project will capture around 1 million tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide from ethanol production. Carbon dioxide will be stored approximately 2.1 km underground in the Mount Simon Sandstone, a deep saline formation.

This project intends to capture around 1 million tonnes of carbon dioxide per annum from an existing coal-to-liquids facility by 2020. It is the second phase of the operating pilot-scale Ordos Shenhua DCL plant CCS Project.

This project proposes to capture 1 million tonnes of carbon dioxide per annum from an oxyfuel or IGCC power plant. The carbon dioxide captured at the plant would be shipped for injection into a deep saline formation.

This project proposes to capture around 1 million tonnes of carbon dioxide per annum from an integrated circulating fluidized bed combustion (CFBC) power plant for storage in deep saline formations.

This project will retrofit the Lost Cabin natural gas processing plant in Wyoming with CCS facilities, capturing around 1 million tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide to be used for enhanced oil recovery.

This project proposes to develop a transport and storage hub collecting carbon dioxide captured from various facilities in Western Australia. The project aims to store more than 2 million tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide in deep saline formations.

The Victorian Government is developing this CCS hub project in the Australian state of Victoria. Carbon dioxide collected from various capture facilities would be stored in an offshore deep saline formation.

Summit Power Group’s Texas Clean Energy Project (TCEP) plans to build a polygeneration facility in west Texas near Odessa. The integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) plant is expected to generate 400 MW (gross) of electricity; half will be sold to the grid and the remainder will be used to power the plant. More than 90 per cent of the CO2 will be removed, most of which will be transported via a 1.6 km connector pipeline to an existing, regional CO2 pipeline network for use in EOR operations. Summit is collaborating with the Texas Bureau of Economic Geology to develop and implement a monitoring, verification and accounting (MVA) program that provides an accurate accounting of EOR-storage.

In July 2014, Summit and the China Huanqiu Contracting and Engineering Corporation (HQC) began a FEED study update, and in December 2015 the parties, along with SNC-Lavalin Engineers and Constructors Inc. signed an EPC agreement. Financial close is expected in the northern hemisphere spring of 2016. TCEP is one of the US DOE’s leading CCUS projects with more than US$450 million in federal funding. The project is also the recipient of US$811 million in investment tax credits. For more information, please see here.

Since 1982, the Enid Fertilizer plant has sent around 680,000 tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide to be used in enhanced oil recovery operations in Oklahoma.

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