Chevron seeks carbon injection support

To reduce the carbon footprint of the Gorgon project, Chevron is undertaking a carbon capture and storage (CCS) operation where CO2 emitted from the giant gas development is captured and stored underground at Barrow Island, Western Australia.

Despite Gorgon coming online in February 2017, the start-up of the project’s CCS component faced several delays before eventually commencing operations in August last year.

Now, Chevron is seeking expressions of interest from service providers for Land Node 4D Monitor Seismic Survey services to support the project.

Chevron said the successful contractor will provide services to record seismic data for regular, time-lapse seismic imaging of CO2 injections for the project while minimising the impact on the environment.

Submissions close Friday 6 March 2020.

Chevron expects to inject 100 million t of CO2 over the life of the Gorgon Project.

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