Woodside Energy’s JV, Angel CCS, to Explore Carbon Capture at Yara Pilbara Operations

Woodside Energy’s JV, Angel CCS, to Explore Carbon Capture at Yara Pilbara Operations

Woodside Energy-operated joint venture (JV) Angel CCS plans to study the feasibility of deploying carbon capture and storage technology decarbonize ammonia producer Yara Pilbara Fertilisers’ existing operations in Western Australia.

Woodside announced a memorandum of understanding between Angel CCS JV and Yara Pilbara to evaluate If carbon capture and storage techniques could be used to reduce the carbon footprint of operations situated at the Burrup Strategic Industrial Area near Karratha.

The JV proposes developing a large-scale CCS hub with the capacity to process up to 5 million metric tons of carbon dioxide annually, following technical and regulatory studies.

“In addition to decarbonizing existing industry, a CCS hub would also have the potential to facilitate the development of new lower-carbon industries,” the company said, but did not disclose any financial details of the agreement.

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