Carbon Capture

Carbon capture and sequestration
The future is carbon negative

The U.S. government has declared climate change to be the nation’s defining crisis.


CO2 storage opportunity from nearby power plants with significant carbon emissions

Three nearby coal fired generating stations are emitting a combined ~17.8 million metric tons of CO2 per year, creating an opportunity for Proton Green to provide carbon sequestration.

Carbon capture and storage site at St. Johns field

The south end of St. Johns field is a vast reservoir with ideal geological characteristics for carbon sequestration. Proton Green will inject CO2 into the Basal Granite at depths below 3,500 feet.

With over 22 million metric tons of carbon eligible, Proton Green will be among the largest carbon capture and storage companies in the world