News release by DOE’s Loan Program office featuring report compiled by KeyLogic and partners on evaluating the potential environmental impacts and compliance best practices for carbon capture and storage

The Loan Programs Office (LPO) takes its role in protecting taxpayer interests very seriously, including evaluating the potential impacts of projects in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).  Given the growth of interest in the carbon capture utilization & sequestration (CCUS) sector, LPO’s Environmental Compliance Division prepared a report as a reference for future applicants, to assist LPO in its review of CO2 injection and storage projects, and to inform the public. The report documents that the CO2 injection and storage process is broadly regarded as a safe endeavor if it is properly managed.

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