TotalEnergies and Inpex win Australian CCS permit

Alongide Japanese partner Inpex, the French oil company has won authorization to develop carbon storage offshore of Australia at a site compared to Norway’s Sleipner field.

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Japanese oil company Inpex’s partnership with TotalEnergies has won licensing to develop an offshore CO2 storage setup in Australian waters as a part of plans to reduce emissions from liquefied natural gas export in a potentially extensive carbon capture and sequestration cluster, reports media Energy Voice.

Domestic company Woodwide Energy is also a partner on the license to an area of roughly 27,500 square kilometers.

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