BREAKING: Navigator CO2 Cancels Pipeline Project
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Since 2021, Decarbonfuse has covered Navigator CO2's ambitious Heartland Greenway project. The project covered thousands of miles across the Midwest US connecting ethanol plants and fertilizer plants across five states to potential carbon storage.
For ethanal producers, carbon capture is the largest step the producer can take to lower emissions. The lower emissions result in a reduce carbon intensity (CI) score.
Today, Navigator CO2 announced that the project is cancelled.
Matt Vining, CEO of Navigator CO2 remarked, “As good stewards of capital and responsible managers of people, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the Heartland Greenway project. We are disappointed that we will not be able to provide services to our customers and thank them for their continued support.”
Earlier this year, Navigator CO2 expanded the Heartland Greenway pipeline project to connect to carbon sequestration opportunities in Illinois.
Stay tuned as we learn more about the Navigator story.
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