Carbon Capture & Sequestration
Geologic carbon sequestration is the process of storing captured carbon dioxide (CO2) in underground geologic formations. Geologic storage is defined as the placement of CO2 into a subsurface formation so that it will remain safely and permanently stored.
At USA BioEnergy, our advanced biorefineries produce renewable fuels and achieve a negative carbon intensity score by capturing as much carbon dioxide as possible for storage in deep saline geologic sequestration wells.
Our expert industry partners manage the transportation of the CO2, geologic sequestration, EPA and California LCFS monitoring and reporting requirements and have the financial stability necessary to provide the required 100 year guarantee.
Facts on CO2 Storage
In order to stabilize CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent a dangerous impact on climate, global CO2 emissions over the course of this century must be massively reduced. The need to avoid the release of thousands of gigatons of CO2 to the atmosphere over the coming century requires a significant change in the way that energy is produced and consumed worldwide.
Carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) represents advanced energy technology needed to bring about the stabilization of atmospheric CO2 concentrations. CCS systems are specifically designed to remove CO2 from the flue gases and various process streams which is then transported and safely deposited in secure storage deep underground thus keeping it out of the atmosphere. However, storage must be safe, environmentally sustainable, and cost-effective. Suitable storage formations can occur in both onshore and offshore settings, however, in accordance with California Low Carbon Fuel Standards, our CO2 must be stored in saline formations.
At USA BioEnergy we’re committed to making a difference by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and producing clean burning renewable fuels.
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