Infinium, Kinetik forge CO2 deal for e-fuels advancement


US-based e-fuels producer Infinium will offtake carbon dioxide (CO2) from Kinetik Holdings Inc., (Kinetik)’s amine gas processing facilities in West Texas for use as a feedstock in the production of ultra-low carbon e-fuels.

The agreement offers a blueprint for the industry to reconsider its approach to utilising waste streams like CO2, tapping into them for applications that offer meaningful reuse of emissions.

According to Infinium, the CO2 will be used for its Project Roadrunner, which will deliver sustainable aviation fuel into both US and international markets.

“There are many roles to be played in the energy transition, and this partnership shows that e-fuels production and utilisation is truly a win-win for all in the energy industry,” said Robert Schuetzle, CEO of Infinium.

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