Australia’s Santos books 100 MtCO2 CCS capacity after merger

Published 06:40 on February 8, 2022  /  Last updated at 06:49 on February 8, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, Voluntary  /  No Comments

Australian oil and gas company Santos has “booked” 100 million tonnes worth of CO2 storage capacity in South Australia’s Cooper Basin, in a move the company claimed on Tuesday is the first such action taken by an operator that complies with established global industry guidelines for CO2 storage management and resource assessments.

Australian oil and gas company Santos has “booked” 100 million tonnes worth of CO2 storage capacity in South Australia’s Cooper Basin, in a move the company claimed on Tuesday is the first such action taken by an operator that complies with established global industry guidelines for CO2 storage management and resource assessments.

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