Navigator gets approval for carbon capture plans


US carbon capture company Navigator CO2 Ventures (Navigator) has received approval for the Heartland Greenway, its proposed carbon capture pipeline system.

Subject to ongoing evaluation, this initial approval phase will be followed by Navigator expanding the project’s capacity, in addition to provide customers with service offerings.

Referring to the project as the first substantial, fully integrated carbon dioxide (CO2) handling system to reach a final investment decision, Matt Vining, CEO, Navigator, went on to say, “It is a great privilege and responsibility to help pave the way for large scale infrastructure projects designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in a material way.”

To allow customers to track emissions and also monetise their ‘environmental attributes’, Navigator is planning to create an affiliated marketing company, in addition to providing delivery interconnection points to CO2-consuming customers who require a source of the gas.

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