Company says Wyoming needs to be all-in on carbon recapture
Tuesday, November 26, 2019
If Wyoming’s coal industry is going to survive, the state and all of its counties need to be united and fully support carbon capture technology.
That was the message two men from Glenrock Petroleum had for Campbell County Commissioners at their regular meeting Tuesday.
Glenrock Petroleum seeks to become the nation’s first carbon-negative upstream exploration and production company. It formed to develop oil fields that were bought in 2016. It became apparent that the fields would be conducive to CO2 floods, a process where carbon dioxide is injected into an oil field to increase the amount of oil extracted.
Category: Energy, Coal