Enid Fertilizer

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The Enid Fertilizer plant, which is operated by Koch Nitrogen Company, is a Carbon Capture and Storage project with 675,000 tonnes per annum of potential storage and a commissioning date of 2003.[1]

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  1. International Energy Agency, "Annex C: Application of G8 criteria to large‐scale integrated CCS projects" in Carbon Capture and Storage: Progress and Next Steps - IEA/CSLF Report to the Muskoka 2010 G8 Summit, International Energy Agency, June 2010, page 33.

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