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2024 National Carbon Capture Conference & Expo announces dates, co-located event and call for abstracts

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By Carbon Capture Magazine

February 13, 2024

Carbon CapturePolicy & RegulationResearch

Carbon Capture Magazine has announced the dates for the third annual National Carbon Capture Conference & Expo. The event will be held November 19-20, 2024, in Saint Paul, Minnesota, at the Saint Paul RiverCentre. The National Hydrogen Conference & Expo has been added to the conference as a co-located event. A call for abstracts is now open for both events through July 21st.

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With carbon capture and sequestration pipeline projects delayed, ethanol producers are finding—and adding—carbon utilization technology platforms of all kinds.

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Summit Carbon Solutions announces new CFO

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By Summit Carbon Solutions

February 07, 2024

Summit Carbon Solutions, the developer of a large-scale carbon capture, transport, and sequestration project, has announced the appointment of Lisa Cummins Cohen as the company’s new chief financial officer.

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The Minnesota Department of Commerce on Jan. 26 released the draft environmental impact statement (EIS) for a 28.1-mile section of Summit Carbon Solution’s proposed carbon dioxide pipeline. A public comment period on the EIS is open through Feb. 23.

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The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration on Feb. 2 delivered a proposed rule to the White House Office of Management and Budget focused on improving the safety of carbon dioxide pipelines.

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In a major step forward for the future of agriculture and biofuels, POET and Summit Carbon Solutions announced a groundbreaking partnership connecting the world’s largest biofuel producer with the world’s largest carbon capture and storage project.

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Carbon America has submitted a Class VI CO2 Injection Well permit application to the U.S. EPA’s Region 8 office to permanently store carbon dioxide produced by two ethanol plants in northeastern Colorado.

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Ethanol Producer Magazine and BBI International announced that they are now accepting speaker presentation proposals for the 2024 International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo. The event will be held June 10-12, 2024, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Harvestone Low Carbon Partners’ Blue Flint Ethanol plant in North Dakota has brought its carbon capture and storage operation online—and with it, it’s vision for what’s to come.

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The Congressional Budget Office in December published a report that examines the status, federal support and future potential of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in the U.S. The report, in part, discusses CCS at ethanol plants.

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Summit Carbon Solutions announced on Dec. 19 it has acquired 80 percent of the right-of-way (ROW) needed for its proposed carbon capture, transport, and storage project across North Dakota after implementing reroutes.

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Rex American Resources Corp. released financial results for the fiscal third quarter on Nov. 30, reporting the company achieved an all-time record net income per share attributable to Rex common shareholders of $1.49.

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LanzaTech Global Inc. and Olayan Financing Co. have formed a joint venture company in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to accelerate the commercial deployment of LanzaTech’s carbon recycling technology in hard-to-abate industries.

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NREL: Midwestern electrofuels could become energy superheroes

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By Zia Abdullah, laboratory program manager, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

November 28, 2023

NREL research demonstrates how carbon dioxide captured at Midwestern ethanol plants could be processed with electrolyzers powered by wind energy to produce electrofuels, specifically sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).

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Carbon Capture Magazine has announced that Tom Buis, CEO at American Carbon Alliance, will keynote the general session panel of the National Carbon Capture Conference & Expo. The event takes place Nov. 7-8 in Des Moines, Iowa.

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Wolf Carbon Solutions U.S. on Nov. 20 announced it has voluntary submitted a motion to withdraw its current certificate application with the Illinois Commerce Commission, but plans to update and refile an application with the ICC early next year.

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Summit Carbon Solutions announces the conclusion of the Iowa Utilities Board public hearings, a significant event in the progress of the transformative pipeline project. To date, 75 percent of impacted landowners in Iowa have signed voluntary easements with Summit.

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Harvestone announced on Nov. 1 the commencement of carbon dioxide (CO2) injection as a part of its carbon capture and storage (CCS) project at the Blue Flint Ethanol facility near Underwood, North Dakota.

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Red Trail Energy will be the first and largest proven production facility in the U.S. to bring high-quality, third-party verified CO2 removal credits from ethanol CO2 capture and storage to the voluntary carbon market.

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The American Carbon Alliance announced on Oct. 27 that the U.S. Grains Council has joined its organization. ACA members are working to bring attention to the benefits that carbon capture technology will have throughout the world.

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One Earth Sequestration LLC on Oct. 18 filed an application with the ICC seeking an Certifiate of Authority to Construct and Operate a 7.34 mile pipeline to transport and sequester CO2 produced at One Earth Energy LLC.

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ADM Chairman and CEO Juan Luciano on Oct. 24 reported the company’s Carbohydrates Solutions business segment achieved record third quarter results. Robust ethanol demand and strong margins contributed to that strong performance.

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Navigator CO2 Ventures LLC on Oct. 20 cancelled development of its proposed Heartland Greenway CO2 pipeline project, citing permitting issues, specifically “the unpredictable nature of the regulatory and government processes involved.”

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The latest issue of Ethanol Producer Magazine tackles thermal energy storage, the rise of all-renewable E85, ACE’s annual conference, the return of a familiar face, and a wild new use for distillers grains.

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Attendees at the 14th annual Growth Energy Biofuels Summit met with their elected senators and representatives to tell the industry’s story and advocate for pro-biofuels policy priorities.

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An affiliate of Navigator CO2 Ventures LLC on Oct. 10 filed a motion with the Illinois Commerce Commission requesting to voluntary withdraw a permit application to build nearly 300 miles of CO2 pipeline within the state.

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Tom Buis, a longtime voice for ethanol producers, is now at the helm of the American Carbon Alliance, a strong new advocate for carbon capture.

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The South Dakota PUC on Sept. 26 issued a final order denying a permit filed by Navigator to build and operate a CO2 pipeline within the state. Navigator has paused right of way work in certain areas but said it remains committed to the project.

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The U.S. DOE's Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management on Sept. 15 announced it is making up to $27 million to support the transport of captured CO2, including CO2 from biomass sources. IRFA has issued a statement in support of the funding.

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We all know corn ethanol can someday attain carbon neutrality, but not without credit for low-carbon farming, and certainly not without sequestering our fermentation CO2.

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