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Dow Links with Oil Firm for Carbon Capture Project

1:29 PM MST | December 1, 2009

Dow Chemical says it has signed a memorandum of understanding with oil and gas firm Denbury Onshore (Plano, TX) under which Denbury will capture carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from Dow’s Plaquemine, LA ethylene oxide plant. Denbury will transport the CO2 via a soon-to-be built pipeline to its oilfield near Houston, where it will use the CO2 in its enhanced oil recovery operations. Denbury plans to complete the 320-mile pipeline in 2010. The CO2 capture project will start up in mid-2011. Dow says it is examining future CO2 capture opportunities at several of...

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