Carbon management company Navigator CO2 has agreed to deliver 600,000 tonnes per annum of biogenic carbon dioxide (CO2) from its Heartland Greenway system to a future eFuels production facility in the Midwest US.
The US firm has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with next-generation fuel company Infinium to supply a planned site that will produce electrofuels, or eFuels.
Navigator’s Heartland Greenway carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) project is one of the largest aggregations systems for biogenic CO2 in development globally. Once fully expanded, Heartland Greenway will have the ability to capture and store approximately 15 million metric tonnes of CO2 every year.
The goal is to connect industrial emitters of CO2 to new and developing markets for their carbon, while ensuring project developers, like Infinium, have access to a diversified, consistent, and rateable CO2 supply.