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US DOE's $500M Move to a Net-Zero Future in Carbon Dioxide Transportation

Our world is seeking sustainable futures, and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) takes another audacious step. Unveiling a plan on Aug. 25 to invest a whopping $500 million in building carbon dioxide transportation infrastructure, the vision to a cleaner and greener America is clearer than ever.

What's the Big Picture? At the heart of the Biden administration's net-zero emissions strategy, this initiative aims to fortify carbon capture technologies. The chief ambition? Tackling the mammoth challenge of greenhouse gas emissions by endorsing and amplifying infrastructure to transport captured CO2. Whether for permanent geological storage or transmuting CO2 into value-driven products, the roadmap is evident – the need for a reliable system to transport CO2 is pressing.

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