Current Operations

Gary Climate Solutions owns and operates the facility that captures, compresses and transports carbon dioxide from the Bonanza BioEnergy ethanol plant in Garden City, Kansas. Our highly technical field team has been capturing carbon for over a decade. We currently transport the CO2 over 14 miles for injection purposes for an Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) project. We are actively pursuing sequestration.
Kansas CO2 Operation Map

Our Experience

Our company leaders have more than 35 years of leadership experience, and our highly technical field team has been capturing carbon for over a decade. 
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Facility Design

Our current facility captures carbon at a capacity of 150,000 tons of CO2 per year. Built in conjunction with Bonanza BioEnergy, this capture facility has been in operation, capturing carbon for more than a decade.

Current Operations

Our experience capturing carbon has allowed us to develop and manage CO2 for EOR purposes for well over a decade. 

Future Operations

We are actively engaged with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and California Air and Resource Board (CARB) on designing and executing a Class VI well for carbon sequestration purposes.

Our Partners

We’re proud to partner with these organizations to design and execute a new Class VI well for carbon sequestration purposes. 
The Environmental Protection Agency is an independent executive agency of the United States federal government tasked with environmental protection matters. 
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Global CCS Institute is an international think tank whose mission is to accelerate the deployment of Carbon Capture and Storage, a vital technology to tackle climate change and deliver climate neutrality. 
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CARB is charged with protecting the public from the harmful effects of air pollution and developing programs and actions to fight climate change. 
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