Denbury Executive Q&A: Look Inside the US Carbon Capture Movement

Top executives from Denbury Resources, a longtime transporter and user of CO2 in EOR, describe the opportunity and plans for the company’s new CCUS business.

Hart Energy Staff
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Denbury Inc. CEO Chris Kendall was joined by Nik Wood, senior vice president of CCUS for Denbury, during a session moderated by White & Case partner Taylor Pullins at Hart Energy's Energy Transition Capital Conference in October. (Source: Hart Energy)

Carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) has a monumental task ahead, but experts believe it is possible for the technology to be a major contributor to emissions reductions efforts—with help from regulators.

Speaking during Hart Energy’s recently held Energy Transition Capital Conference, top executives from Plano, Texas-based Denbury Inc. shared their knowledge on the topic and addressed challenges and opportunities. The oil-focused producer, which has operations in the Rocky Mountains and Gulf Coast, is known for its in CO2 EOR technical expertise and extensive network of CO2 pipelines.

Denbury CEO Chris Kendall took a look at the math, for starters, involving CCUS’ role in global ambitions to reach net-zero by 2050.

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