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Exxon, EnLink Midstream to Expand CCS Pipeline Transportation Along Gulf Coast

2/23/2024

(P&GJ) — ExxonMobil and EnLink Midstream are exploring opportunities for EnLink to support ExxonMobil’s carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) efforts beyond the southeast Louisiana Mississippi River Corridor into several additional Gulf Coast areas.

“EnLink and ExxonMobil are actively pursuing opportunities to develop safe, reliable, and cost-efficient CCS solutions,” Jesse Arenivas, EnLink CEO, said. “EnLink brings to the table decades of expertise building, owning, and operating midstream assets with a customer-focused mindset, which gives ExxonMobil greater flexibility and more options to meet the needs of industrial CO2 emitters. EnLink is fast becoming a leader in providing safe, low-cost CO2 pipeline transportation services, and we’re excited to expand the discussion with ExxonMobil to additional high-emitting Gulf Coast areas.”

“We continue to build on our industry-leading CCS solutions to help customers reduce their current emissions and see EnLink as a key part of providing the most efficient CO2 transportation,” said Dan Ammann, President of ExxonMobil Low Carbon Solutions. “We’ve worked closely on CCS transportation solutions since our initial agreement in 2022 and look forward to continuing our collaboration with EnLink to help reduce carbon emissions across the Gulf Coast.”

With its acquisition of Denbury, ExxonMobil is evaluating the most market-competitive CCS solutions across the Gulf Coast. During that evaluation, EnLink and ExxonMobil have agreed to reassess the Pecan Island Area project’s near-term role, with the expectation that other joint opportunities may be prioritized ahead of the Pecan Island project.

Headquartered in Dallas, EnLink Midstream provides integrated midstream infrastructure services for natural gas, crude oil, and NGLs, as well as CO2 transportation for carbon capture and sequestration (CCS).

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