CVR Energy's subsidiary Coffeyville Resources Nitrogen Fertilizers, LLC owns and operates a nitrogen fertilizer facility in Coffeyville, KS. As a byproduct of manufacturing ammonia and urea ammonium nitrate fertilizers, the plant currently produces about 850,000 tons per year (40 MMscf/d) of CO2. In this project, almost all of the fertilizer plant's CO2 will be captured by Chaparral, who will construct a CO2 compression facility at the plant site and install approximately 70 miles of pipeline to deliver the CO2 to its North Burbank Unit in Osage County.
Injection of CO2 into the North Burbank Unit began in June 2013 with throughput rising to a daily rate of approximately 2,400 tonnes by the fourth quarter of 2013.
The Oil revenue from the EOR is being used to pay for the CO2 pipeline infrastructure.
The target formation is the Pennsylvanian Burbank Sandstone a member of the Cherokee shale. A Fluvial sandstone with individual river channels
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