Decarbonizing with Carbon Nanotubes: The Key to Reaching Net Zero

Upstream oil and gas producers can decarbonize their operations at a potentially lower price by partnering with SkyNano and using the emissions to produce carbon nanotubes.

At the Tennessee Valley Authority John Sevier plant, SkyNano develops carbon nanotube technology to benefit the upstream oil and gas sector. (Source: SkyNano)

One of the major conflicts holding oil and gas companies back from implementing carbon capture technology within their portfolios has to do with the matter of cost. It’s no secret that, while beneficial for the environment, most carbon capture projects are expensive endeavors. While businesses in the energy sector look to decarbonize, these costly projects more often than not result in net losses.

Enter SkyNano Technologies, a company founded with solving that specific problem in mind.

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Madison Ratcliff

Madison Ratcliff is an associate editor for Hart Energy's editorial team.