California Resources Corp. (CRC), the largest producer in the state, said it would capture carbon emissions at a planned blue hydrogen facility at the Elk Hills Field in Kern County.

CRC’s carbon dioxide (CO2) management agreement is with Carbon TerraVault JV Holdco LLC (CTV JV) and Lone Cypress Energy Services LLC.

“This CTV storage project is a meaningful step forward in CRC’s rollout of carbon capture and sequestration technology across the state and is the first of, what we believe, will be many projects to come,” CRC CEO Mac McFarland said. 

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