Partners in the Cameron LNG project, including TotalEnergies, have signed an agreement to develop the Hackberry Carbon Sequestration (HCS) project.

The project involves capturing CO2 in acid gas removal units, dehydrating it, compressing it and piping it 10 km to a saline aquifer site. The company reported the HCS project would capture up to 2 million tonnes per year of CO2.

The project involves emissions from the first phase of the LNG project and the proposed second phase. These would serve as an “anchor source” for the carbon capture and storage (CCS) project.


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