Carbon capture applications surge at EPA, increasing permit backlog
The Houston Chronicle, Nov. 3, 2023
WASHINGTON — Applications for carbon storage permits have surged at the Environmental Protection Agency this year, further straining a regulatory process that is already struggling to keep pace.
Applications for more than 100 carbon dioxide wells have been filed so far this year — more than twice the number filed in the previous two years — with projects concentrated largely along the Gulf Coast, in oil fields in West Texas and New Mexico, around ethanol plants in the Midwest and in California.
-The Houston Chronicle, Oct. 13, 2023
Blue hydrogen is the way forward for Texas! By harnessing the power of natural gas and implementing Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) technology, we can produce hydrogen with fewer emissions and create a reliable energy future.
Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) Market Growing Rapidly Globally | Schlumberger, Huaneng, Linde AG, Halliburton
-The Meade County Messenger, Oct. 10, 2023
Carbon capture projects are growing rapidly around the world. Texas needs to establish the regulatory and economic framework to foster profitable CCUS investment opportunities for all Texans.
-Waco Tribune-Herald, Oct. 10, 2023
Prop 7 creates the Texas Energy Fund to support electric generation facilities. By supporting investments in natural gas, Texas can increase affordable and reliable power while strengthening our electric grid.