Geologic CO₂ Storage
Find on this page materials on the science of geologic CO₂ storage, facts about why developing geologic storage resources is essential to meeting net-zero CO₂ goals as well as updates on relevant U.S. policy developments.
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Geologic Storage is Permanent: An FAQ with Bruce HillPublished on: March 9, 2021
TEN-E Revision: Geologic storage inclusion is a must for climate neutralityPublished on: January 27, 2021
Storing CO2: Planning Tomorrow’s Net-Zero InfrastructurePublished on: September 10, 2020
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U.S., Europe, and MENA CCS Project Maps
CATF has built an interactive map that tracks early stage U.S., Europe, and MENA based carbon capture projects that have been publicly announced. Click on each colored circle on the map to learn each project’s location, sector, type of CO₂ storage (EOR or saline), storage capacity and current status. The map also shows the vast expanse of potential geologic saline storage formations around the country.
WHAT we’re WORKING ON
Legislation and policies in progress
Scale Act Fact Sheet
Learn about the role of CO₂ infrastructure in delivering net-zero emissions by 2050 and the SCALE Act’s key provisions to kick-start investment in CO₂ transport and storage infrastructure.
Scale Act Jobs Report
Jobs impact study of the Scale Act by Industrial Economics, Incorporated published in February 2021.
U.S. CO₂ Storage and Transport – The Role of the SCALE Act
The Storing CO₂ and Lowering Emissions (SCALE) Act includes key policy pillars designed to overcome the barriers and drive CO₂ infrastructure deployment in the U.S.
Decarb America – CO₂ pipeline build out map
Decarb America Research Initiative’s map showing buildout of CO₂ pipelines compatible with reaching net-zero emissions by 2050.
To request materials or updates relating to geologic CO₂ storage, contact Lee Beck, CCUS Policy Innovation Director.