OGJ Energy Transition Update - Dec 7th, 2023
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December 7, 2023
Wolf Carbon Solutions submitted a motion with the Illinois Commerce Commission to withdraw its application to build and operate the 12-million tpy Mt. Simon Hub carbon capture and sequestration project.
CVR Renewables CVL LLC has let a contract to Honeywell UOP LLC to license technology for a potential renewable fuels production project at or near fellow subsidiary Coffeyville Resources Refining & Marketing LLC’s 132,000-b/d refinery.
Chevron New Energies, Mubadala Energy, and PT Pertamina Geothermal will explore geothermal potential in Kotamobagu, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Harbour Energy’s application to build a 55-km onshore pipeline for its Humber-based 10-million tpy Viking Carbon Capture and Storage CO2 transportation and storage network in eastern England, is under assessment by the UK’s Planning Inspectorate.

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ADNOC and the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Republic signed a collaboration agreement aimed at potential development of low-carbon energy technologies.
Santos and APA Group signed an MoU to explore development of potential carbon capture and storage (CCS) pipelines for the Moomba CCS plant in South Australia.
INEOS let a contract to Aquaterra Energy to support life extension of the Nini platform for CO2 injection as part of the Project Greensand CCS development offshore Denmark.
Petrobras has completed the first phase of a pilot project to test processing of petrochemical products and fuels from renewable materials at a jointly owned refinery in Brazil.
Equinor ASA and Captura have partnered to test, mature, and industrially scale technology with a goal to build large-scale, commercial plants to remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from the ocean.
Wintershall Dea, state-owned YPF, and Dow signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to jointly assess potential carbon capture and storage (CCS) opportunities in Argentina.