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Freeport LNG plans CCS at Gulf Coast export facility

Project would use Freeport-owned sequestration site less than half a mile from point of capture and could start up by late 2024

Freeport LNG has signed a letter of intent with US independent oil and gas firm Talos Energy and UK-based carbon-capture specialist Storegga to develop a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project adjacent to its natural gas pre-treatment facilities near Freeport, southwest of Houston. The project would utilise a Freeport-owned geological sequestration site less than half a mile from point of capture, and could start permanent storage of CO2 by late 2024, pending the execution of definitive agreements and regulatory approval. It has the potential to inject CO2 f or up to 30 years. Talos will be the project manager and operator. Freeport, one of the largest LNG exporters in the US, declined



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