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Enid Fertiliser Plant

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Main developer: Koch Fertilizer

Country: USA

Project type: Capture Storage

Scale: Medium

Status: Operative

Year of operation 2003
Industry: Chemical products


Capture method: Pre-combustion

New or retrofit: New
Transport of CO2 by: Pipeline

Storage site:

Golden Trend and Sko-Vel-Tum oilfields

Type of storage: EOR

Volume: 0.68 million per annum tonnes/CO2


 

Enid plant

Koch Nitrogen Company captures around 680,000 tonnes per annum of CO2 at its Enid Fertilizer plant in northern Oklahoma. The captured gas, derived from the manufacture of fertiliser, is then transported 193km by pipeline for use in EOR projects at the Golden Trend oilfield and the Sko-Vel-Tum oilfield, both south of Oklahoma City. EOR has been used at these fields since 1982.The supply of CO2 to the oilfields is the responsibility of Chaparral Energy and other off-take parties.

In early 2010, Koch Nitrogen completed an expansion of the plant, which it bought in 2003.

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Koch Industries in Oklahoma

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Main developer: Koch Fertilizer

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