Navigator CO2 Announces Service Provider Additions to Heartland Greenway Pipeline System

Navigator CO2 Ventures announced it has entered into contracts with three industry-leading companies to utilize their respective expertise in advancing the execution of the Heartland Greenway CO2 Pipeline Transportation and Sequestration System.

Tenaska and Advanced Resources International (ARI) will lead the overall development of the initial sequestration site, to be in south central Illinois. The combination of Tenaska’s extensive experience building world-class, highly technical infrastructure projects and ARI’s sub-surface expertise and Class VI permitting proficiency provide the Heartland Greenway System unparalleled execution capability. Chabina Energy Partners is working with Navigator to promote the commercial outreach and contracting structure, leveraging its extensive track record in renewable fuels transactions and investment opportunities focused on broad-based industrial decarbonization.

“It is a privilege to work alongside these world-class companies to propel the Heartland Greenway System forward for our customers,” said Matt Vining, CEO of Navigator CO2 Ventures. “Aligning our core competencies provides the perfect complement for the overall execution plan. Projects such as these are capital intensive and require a high degree of precision to reach completion. These parties bring the necessary technical capability along with an integrity-first approach that aligns with Navigator’s culture.”

“Tenaska is excited to work with the Navigator team once again, and on a project that will provide needed infrastructure to capture carbon emissions,” said Chris Leitner, president of Tenaska’s Strategic Development & Acquisitions Group. “The Heartland Greenway System will be an important link in the nation’s shift toward decarbonization.”

“Our experience designing and developing carbon storage projects to meet regulatory requirements and commercial storage volumes will enable the Heartland Greenway System to be a dependable resource for the storage of CO2 for emissions sources throughout the Midwest,” said Vello Kuuskraa, President of Advanced Resources International.

“Our experience in these markets confirms that decarbonization is not a ‘one size fits all’ model.  Understanding the nuances within various critical industries is essential to advancing the broader low-carbon economy.  The beauty of the Heartland Greenway’s novel value proposition is that it makes decarbonization accessible for participants across the entire value chain,” said Scott Chabina, CEO of Chabina Energy Partners.

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