Energy deal aims to scale up Oman’s CCUS industry


Two leading Middle East energy companies are collaborating to study the potential for carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) in Oman.

Announced yesterday, 25th May, Shell Development Oman LLC (Oman Shell) and Petroleum Development Oman LLC (PDO) signed an agreement to study all aspects related to reinjecting and storing carbon dioxide (CO2) in Oman. 

By exploring key factors such as technical matters, project time frame and cost, and support for a regulatory and fiscal framework for CCUS in the country, the partners aim to scale up Oman’s CCUS industry. 

In addition to carbon capture, the study will work towards Oman’s push towards net zero emissions. 

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