Emerging CCUS business models utilising existing infrastructure

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03 October 2022

Emerging CCUS business models utilising existing infrastructure

Report summary

Emissions reduction alone will not get us to a net zero world. According to Wood Mackenzie and several other global agencies, carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) is an essential technology that must be leveraged in order to counterbalance emissions from hard-to-decarbonise sectors. Today’s picture of CCUS is still obscured by two main obstacles – the high costs on a per tonne of CO2 basis and the myriad of monetisation pathways that are far from simple. But what if re-purposing existing oil and gas infrastructure could help jumpstart CCUS investments worldwide?

Table of contents

    • Class 900 pipelines
    • Class 600 pipelines
    • Pipe size and length
    • Water contamination
    • Subsurface diffusion
  • Last mile advantage to first mile advantage in the US Gulf Coast
  • Denbury – providing carbon management as a service
  • Oxy – combining DACC with EOR
  • Kinder Morgan – advantaged Permian position

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