Christopher Helman of Forbes writes on Harold Hamm’s investment in carbon capture.
- Harold Hamm’s Continental Resources will invest $250 million into a $4.5 billion carbon capture project.
- The project, which will span across five states, will capture 8 million tons of CO2 per year that will be stored a mile under North Dakota farmland.
- Construction for the pipeline that will transport carbon will start in 2023, with first injections beginning in 2024.
- Private sector leadership is creating a more sustainable future.
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