Tag Archives for EOR

Rockefeller bill promotes carbon capture

A new post on the PACE, EnergyFairness blog discusses Sen. Jay Rockefeller’s new bill that will promote and expand enhanced oil recovery and carbon capture. Last week, Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., introduced a bill that would expand enhanced oil recovery … Continue reading

15. May 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Industrial CCUS project begins full-scale operations

Carbon capture use and storage is rapidly becoming a reality. This Energy.gov news release describes the recent dedication ceremonies at a Port Arthur, TX hydrogen production facility. As part of the production of H2, the Air Products and Chemicals plant … Continue reading

01. July 2013 by Jason Hayes
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DOE-supported project demonstrates viability of CCUS

A joint industry/DOE project is demonstrating the commercial viability of carbon capture, use, and storage technologies in Texas. The project is currently capturing CO2, compressing and drying it, pipelining it to a “played out” oilfield near West Hastings, TX, and … Continue reading

25. January 2013 by Jason Hayes
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Study shows carbon storage is secure

A recent study that looked at the security of enhanced oil recovery (EOR) related underground carbon storage is demonstrating injected carbon is staying in deep geological locations. The study reviewed CO2 samples from the soil around EOR injection sites and … Continue reading

02. December 2011 by Jason Hayes
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