Commonwealth LNG signs carbon capture deal with OnStream CO2


Houston-based Commonwealth LNG has signed a deal to implement carbon dioxide (CO2) capture equipment near its 9.3 million tonnes per annum liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility under development in Cameron, Louisiana.

The LNG specialist has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Onstream CO2, a joint venture between Carbonvert and Castex Carbon Solutions, for the effort that will reduce the site’s CO2 emissions.

Under terms of the deal, OnStream CO2 will design, construct, own, and operate carbon dioxide (CO2) capture equipment near the Commonwealth LNG site. The captured CO2 will be permanently sequestered at the Cameron Parish CO2 Hub.

Castex will serve as the operator for the Cameron Parish CO2 Hub.

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