Air Productsâ€™ CCS Project Selected for Phase Two DOE Funding
9:05 AM MDT | June 22, 2010 | KARA SISSELL
Air Productsâ€™ Port Arthur, TX carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) project is among three selected by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE; Washington) to go forward with additional funding. Air Products will partner with Denbury Onshore LLC to capture and sequester more than 1 million tons/year of CO2 from existing steam-ethane reformers at the Port Arthur facility. Startup is slated for November 2012. A connecting pipeline will deliver the CO2 to Denburyâ€™s existing pipeline and then sequestered via use for enhanced oil recovery at the West Hastings oil...
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