Carbon Terravault II & III

In May 2022, California Resources Corporation (CRC) applied for two Class VI permits for an additional 80 million metric tons of permanent carbon dioxide (CO2) storage for two new Carbon TerraVault carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects in the Sacramento basin, which, subject to approval, brings its total potential permitted storage to 120 million metric tons. This puts CRC over halfway to its target of applying for 200 million metric tons of permanent CO2 storage for Carbon TerraVault CCS projects by the end of 2022.

Applied for two Class VI permits for an additional 80 million metric tons of estimated storage.
120 million metric tons total potential permitted storage.

Carbon Dioxide Management Agreement With Grannus, LLC

CRC entered into a Carbon Dioxide Management Agreement (CDMA) between Carbon TerraVault Holdings, LLC (CTV) and Grannus, LLC (Grannus), an independent clean-tech company that is building a portfolio of blue ammonia and hydrogen production facilities to supply the agriculture, mobility and marine fuel markets, to sequester 370,000 metric tons (MT) of CO2 per annum at CTV III from a new blue ammonia and hydrogen plant to be constructed in Northern California. Called the Grannus Blue Ammonia and Hydrogen Project, the project aims to be California’s first blue ammonia and hydrogen facility producing 150,000 MT per annum of blue ammonia and 10,000 MT per annum of blue hydrogen. For more information, read the full press release and presentation (PDF).

Together We Power California

The men and women of CRC are dedicated to helping the state and our local communities safely advance solutions for reducing emissions in California aligned with the state's emissions reduction goals.

I'm honored to be able to help provide innovative decarbonization technology solutions like Carbon TerraVault that's going to revolutionize how we combat climate change here in California.”

Juan Campos
Director, Health, Safety, and Environmental
Kern County
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