ExxonMobil gets BLM approval for Wyoming CCS project

ExxonMobil Corp. has received US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) approval to sequester carbon dioxide under federal land in Lincoln and Sweetwater counties, Wyoming. In Feb'22 ExxonMobil took the FID to further expand CCS at LaBarge, which it says has captured more CO2 than any other CCS project in the world to date. The new expansion will add as much as 1.2 million tpa of CO2 to the 6-7 million tpa already captured from LaBarge operations. The project with ExxonMobil is the first time BLM has issued a permit to allow for permanent underground storage of CO2.

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