Worley Ltd. has been selected to design and evaluate CO2 gathering, handling and sequestration facilities for Bayou Bend CCS LLC.

Bayou Bend is a carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) joint venture (JV) between Chevron (50%, operator), TotalEnergies (25%) and Equinor (25%) located along the Gulf Coast in Texas.


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Being on the Gulf Coast, with CO2 emission concentrations at its highest in the U.S., Bayou Bend is expected to help abate industries difficult to lessen emissions in and including refining, cement, steel, chemicals and manufacturing.

The JV includes a CO2 storage footprint of almost 140,000 acres of pore space.

Headquartered in Australia, Worley is a professional services company providing energy, chemicals and resources expertise.

“We’re committed to a strong partnership with Bayou Bend, drawing on our global CCUS [carbon, capture, utilization and sequestration] knowledge and project execution experience," Mark Trueman, group president at Americas for Worley, said in a press release. "Innovative projects like Bayou Bend will potentially enable CCS at scale and help many more companies achieve their net zero goals, supporting Worley’s purpose of delivering a more sustainable world.”

Bayou Bend Map
(Source: Aspectus Group)