Carbon capture and sequestration technology helps to safely isolate and store large amounts of carbon dioxide each year.
BEAUMONT, Texas — A project aimed at decarbonizing industrial areas in Southeast Texas has nearly tripled in size with the addition of land in Chambers and Jefferson Counties.
(Editor’s note: The above video is from a May 3, 2022 newscast.)
Bayou Bend CCS LLC announced the expansion of its carbon dioxide storage footprint after acquiring almost 100,000 acres onshore in Chambers County and Jefferson County, according to a Talos Energy release. Bayou Bend is a carbon capture and sequestration project located along the Texas Gulf Coast.
Carbon capture and sequestration technology helps to safely isolate and store large amounts of carbon dioxide each year that would be released into the earth’s atmosphere. Carbon dioxide is a byproduct of industrial activity and power generation, according to the GLO.
The project is a joint venture between Chevron, Talos …