The 350-mile steel CO2 the pipeline would be developed, owned and operated by Canadian company Wolf Carbon Solutions and would be capable of transporting 12 million tonnes of CO2 per year.
CO transported2 will be stored permanently underground at the fully licensed and already operational sequestration site of agricultural products company ADM in Decatur, Illinois. The companies said the pipeline will have significant spare capacity to serve other third-party customers looking to decarbonize in the Midwest and the Ohio River Valley.
Chris Cuddy, President of Carbohydrate Solutions for ADM, said, “This is an exciting opportunity for ADM to connect some of our larger processing facilities with our carbon capture capabilities, further advancing our work to dramatically reduce our CO.2 emissions while offering sustainable solutions to our customers. These efforts are central to our purpose, culture and growth, and we look forward to working with Wolf Carbon Solutions to finalize this deal and further decarbonize our operations and industry. “
Wolf Carbon Solutions is a subsidiary of Wolf Midstream, a multi-faceted, $ 4 billion energy infrastructure organization based in Calgary, Alta. That focuses on developing CO on a global scale.2 Infrastructure.
David Schmunk, President of Wolf Carbon Solutions, said: “This partnership is a great example of industries working together to decarbonize and execute their ESG strategies and commitments. Our organizations offer an excellent combination of complementary skills and experiences – ADM with over 10 years of experience in owning and operating CO2 sequestration wells, and the team at Wolf Carbon Solutions with expertise in owning and operating carbon capture facilities and pipeline transportation systems, including the largest third party CO in North America2 pipeline in Alberta, Canada.
The announcement comes after Summit Carbon Solutions and Navigator CO2 Ventures recently faced opposition from farmers and residents over their plans to build a 2,000-mile, $ 4.5 billion carbon pipeline in the Midwest.