Tenaska Takes Greenhouse Gasses from Plant Emissions and Safely Buries it 10k Feet Underground

Posted On June 10, 2024

Tenaska has created a method for capturing the greenhouse gasses emited from industrial sites and pushing it through pipelines to a hub where it is injected 10,000 feet under ground. The diposal site must have a top layer of impermeable rock and the CO2 ultimately turns into an inert stone. The process requires a significant investment and Tenaska (the biggest privately held company you’ve never heard of) has what it takes. Tenaska rep Brett Estep leads me through how it works.

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