US climate-tech company CarbonCapture has appointed Robert Whyte to head its planned five megatonne direct air capture (DAC) project in Wyoming, and others elsewhere.
The newly created Vice-President of Projects role will see Whyte lead the development, implementation and operation of CarbonCapture’s DAC projects, utilising his 25 years of experience in engineering and project management.
Perhaps the key project on Whyte’s agenda is Project Bison. Based in Wyoming, the development is expected to be operational by late 2023 and to be permanently removing five million tonnes of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) annually by 2030.
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