Information meetings set in 36 counties for 2nd proposed carbon pipeline across Iowa
BPC Staff Oct 28, 2021 | 8:23 pm
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Des Moines Register: Texas-based Navigator CO2 Ventures will hold informational meetings about its proposed carbon capture pipeline with residents and landowners in three dozen Iowa counties beginning in November, the state utilities board said Wednesday. Navigator CO2’s announcement of meetings on its carbon capture and sequestration project comes shortly after Summit Carbon Solutions concluded its series of meetings on a similar project. Navigator says the Heartland Greenway project will capture carbon dioxide from ethanol, fertilizer and other industrial plants in five states, including Iowa, compress it under pressure into a liquid, and then transport it through a 1,300-mile pipeline to Illinois, where it will be sequestered permanently, deep underground.