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Gulf Coast Sequestration to Locate First Hub of its Kind in SW La. for Storing Carbon Dioxide Emissions

“Some of the same geological characteristics that made the Southwest LouisianaGulf Coast rich with fossil fuels make it ideal for safely and permanently storing greenhouse gasses.

Gulf Coast Sequestration (GCS) plans to build the first and largest hub of its kind in the US in Southwest Calcasieu and Northwest Cameron Parish to store carbon dioxide emissions, critical to meeting net zero targets by 2050. Gray Stream, Lake Charles resident, and manager of Stream Companies is founder.

Geologic carbon sequestration is a method of securing carbon dioxide (CO2) in deep geologic formations to prevent its release to the atmosphere and contribution to global warming.”

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