Navigator to capture and transport CO2 through 1,200 miles of pipeline in the US


Navigator CO2 Ventures (Navigator) wants to decarbonise biorefineries and other industrial participants by capturing and transporting carbon dioxide (CO2) through 1,200 miles of pipeline across five Midwest US states to a permanent sequestration site – and such plans have now taken a step forward.

In a recent statement, the Dallas-headquartered company said it has successfully concluded the non-binding open season of its carbon capture pipeline system for the project and will now work with interested shippers on binding commercial agreements.

The framework of these agreements will form the basis to launch the binding open season, expected early June 2021. 

Plans for the project were initially announced back in March, when Navigator announced its partnership with BlackRock Global Energy & Power Infrastructure Fund to develop the CCS in Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, Minnesota and Illinois; Valero Energy Corporation is the anchor customer.

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