Lost Cabin Gas Plant Capture Project
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the Lost Cabin Gas Plant Capture Project is a proposal by ConocoPhillips to recover carbon dioxide which is currently vented at its Lost Cabin gas plant in Fremont County, Wyoming. It has been reported that ConocoPhillips plans to recover 50 million cubic feet of CO2 per day for sale to Denbury Resources for use for enhanced oil recovery in the Bell Creek oil field in southern Montana.
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- Dustin Bleizeffer, "Oil firms question sequestration", Billings Gazette, July 1, 2010.
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