Navigator Plans for 1,200-Mile Carbon Capture Pipeline System

Navigator CO2 Ventures’ planned 1,200-mile carbon capture pipeline system across the U.S. Midwest should prevent up to 12 million metric tons of hydrocarbon from being released into the atmosphere each year. Outside of its environmental benefits, the carbon capture and permanent sequestration offers tax breaks and increased profit, leading to more profitable products, job creation and security, Navigator CEO Matt Vining said. After a successful non-binding open season, Navigator is now in its binding open season for the project which will provide biorefineries and other industrial customers a long-term, economic path to materially reduce their carb

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