The Administration has earmarked $175 billion of a $2 trillion proposal to advance development of electric vehicle infrastructure. Meanwhile, in the private sector, energy companies are introducing more and more affordable concepts to reduce emissions in fossil fuel operations—especially carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) technologies, which they’re also spinning off into brand new businesses. Reese Energy Consulting today is studying the latest news in CCS and its integration into LNG production. Qatar, the world’s #1 LNG producer announced earlier this year plans to build so many CCS facilities for its operations this tiny country may have to artificially increase its size. A group of La., lawmakers this month introduced the nation’s first comprehensive package that would make the state a national hub for CCS and support the planned G2 Net-Zero LNG facility on the Calcasieu Ship Channel. Now, Occidental and NextDecade have teamed to develop a humongous CCS project for NextDecade’s planned Rio Grande LNG facility in Brownsville, Texas.
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