‘If You Build It…’

‘If You Build It…’

Iowa is soon to be recognized for more than its King corn, Sterzing’s potato chips, and that endearing baseball movie. With the nation’s largest number of biorefineries at 43, Iowa will be home to the world’s largest carbon capture and storage project by 2024. Reese Energy Consulting today is following the latest news from Summit Carbon Solutions, which has secured partnerships with a select group of Midwest biorefiners to construct the $2.2 billion CCS project that will capture, transport, and permanently store 10 million tons per year of carbon dioxide. Upon completion, the infrastructure network will be capable of annually reducing carbon emissions equal to taking 2 million cars off the road. Summit now has announced its latest investors—biorefiners Green Plains and Glacial Lakes Energy—also will join the partnership to connect their facilities in Minn., and Iowa to the plant. Included in the project is a newbuild pipeline that will extend across the Upper Midwest to underground storage in saline geological formations in N.D.

 

Summit Carbon Solutions

Summit Carbon Solutions has partnered with a select group of leading biorefiners located in Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota, and North Dakota to execute the first phase of the project, which will put them on the path of ultimately delivering a net-zero-carbon fuel. In addition to biorefiners, Summit Carbon Solutions will partner with other industries throughout the Midwest that have carbon reduction goals to help them capture and store their carbon emissions.

https://www.summitag.com/news/summitcarbonsolutions

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Energy Transfer Grows More Tentacles

Energy Transfer Grows More Tentacles

Texas and Okla., are back in the headlines this morning but it’s not the frigid weather lifting eyebrows this time. Reese Energy Consulting is following breaking news from Dallas-based pipeline behemoth Energy Transfer, which has announced it will acquire Okla. City-based Enable Midstream in an all-equity deal valued at 7.2 billion. The merger includes 14,000 miles of natural gas, crude, condensate and produced water gathering pipe; 15 major processing plants; 10,000 miles of intrastate and interstate natural gas pipelines; and 7 gas storage facilities across Okla., Texas, La., Mo., and into Ill. The combined company strengthens Energy Transfer’s already sizeable NGLs system with added gathering and processing assets in Okla.’s Anadarko Basin and connectivity to its Gulf Coast fractionation complex. Other perks include Enable’s gas gathering and processing assets in the Arkoma Basin across Okla., and Ark., and the Haynesville in La., and Texas. We now return you to your regular weather programming.

 

Energy Transfer

Energy Transfer is one of the largest and most diversified midstream energy companies in the country with approximately 90,000 miles of pipelines traversing 38 states transporting the oil and gas products that make our lives possible.

www.energytransfer.com

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Something New in Store for Sempra

Something New in Store for Sempra

With a handful of operations already online and four other infrastructure projects in development, Sempra Energy is all about LNG on the La., Gulf Coast. Reese Energy Consulting today is following the latest news from San Diego-based Sempra, which now seeks FERC approval to build a salt dome storage terminal near Hackberry, La, with access to five LNG processing plants. Upon completion in 2024, the project also will include converting three existing caverns and developing a fourth. Construction of the facility will include a 4.9-mile lateral that connects the facility to Sempra’s 40-mike Cameron Interstate Pipeline; the 11-mile Hackberry Pipeline that connects to the company’s planned Port Arthur connector; and a 6.2-mile brine disposal pipeline. With a storage capacity of 20.03 BCF of working gas and 5.47 BCF of base gas, the new terminal will be located within 15 miles of pipelines that serve Sabine Pass LNG, Golden Pass LNG, Port Arthur LNG, Calcasieu Pass LNG, and Sempra’s Cameron LNG.

 

Sempra Energy

Sempra Energy is a North American energy infrastructure company based in San Diego, California. Sempra Energy’s focus is on electric and natural gas infrastructure.

www.sempra.com

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