Longleaf CCS Hub Announced

Tenaska, a private energy company based in Omaha, Nebraska, has announced the Longleaf CCS Hub, a carbon capture and storage (CCS) hub, for northwestern Mobile County. The facility will assist manufacturers, power plants, industrial processors and other industries in South Alabama meet emissions regulations and climate mandates. The technology will securely store CO2 emissions from industrial processes. “Technologies like carbon capture and storage are key solutions to environmental and business challenges,” Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson said. “This proven and tested technology will both help existing industries meet their environmental goals and provide a carbon emissions solution for businesses looking to relocate here.” The project is participating in an award through the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management, which allows for $17.9 million in funding to support geologic characterization and permitting efforts. The funding brings together a project team including the Southern States Energy Board (award recipient), Tenaska, Advanced Resources International, Crescent Resource Innovation, ENTECH Strategies, the Geological Survey of Alabama, the University of South Alabama and William. Baker Hughes Oil Field Services and Environmental Resources Management will also participate as vendors, with Southern Co. Services taking on the role of project industry network lead. Construction is slated to begin as soon as late 2025, with commercial injection expected a year later.

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