Carbon Storage Infrastructure

Technology Area Overview

The Carbon Storage Infrastructure technology area carries out field projects and educational partnerships to demonstrate commercial-scale storage, tests the diverse and emerging storage techniques and technologies developed under Advanced Carbon Storage research, development and demonstration (RD&D), and provides technology transfer and technical assistance to large-scale projects and stakeholders. The technology area focuses on five key areas. Click on the icons below for more information.

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Funding Opportunity Announcement: Regional Initiative to Accelerate Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) Deployment: Technical Assistance for Large-Scale Storage Facilities and Regional Carbon Management Hubs– DE-FOA-0002799
DOE announced $20 million in funding for projects that will improve stakeholder access to region-specific information and technical assistance regarding the commercial deployment of carbon capture, transport, conversion, and storage technologies across the United States.

Funding Opportunity Announcement: Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL): Storage Validation and Testing (Section 40305): Carbon Storage Facility Enterprise (CarbonSAFE) Initiative: Phases III, III.5, and IV” DE-FOA-0002711
The $2.25 billion funding opportunity from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to the CarbonSAFE Initiative is intended to help address the feasibility, site characterization, permitting, and construction stages of CCS project development, including project siting processes that will emphasize active engagement of local communities while avoiding the imposition of additional burdens on underserved communities.

Funding Opportunity Announcement: “CarbonSAFE: Phase II - Storage Complex Feasibility” Funding Opportunity DE-FOA-0002610
The $45 million funding opportunity is designed to improve procedures and identify and assess new potential onshore and offshore storage sites for their ability to safely, efficiently, and affordably define and assess onshore and offshore CO2 storage sites at a commercial scale.

News: 2023 FECM / NETL Carbon Management Research Project Review Meeting Proceedings Posted
The proceeding from the 2023 FECM / NETL Carbon Management Research Project Review Meeting held August 28 - September 1, 2023 are posted for the following programs: Point Source Carbon Capture, Carbon Dioxide Removal, Carbon Conversion, and Carbon Transport & Storage.

News: Carbon Matchmaker Tool and Carbon Management Interactive Diagram Released
DOE’s Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FECM) released two interactive resources to assist with advancing carbon management technologies and infrastructure in the United States: The Carbon Matchmaker Tool and the Carbon Management Interactive Diagram.

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Project Portfolio

The project portfolio provides an informative overview of the current, recently completed, and archived projects supported by the Carbon Storage Infrastructure technology area.



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