We’re thrilled to share highlights from our recent event at Tenaska’s Longleaf CCS Hub, a significant step forward in our journey toward sustainable business solutions. Held at the GulfQuest National Maritime Museum in Mobile, our event saw a fantastic turnout from local stakeholders, including elected officials, business leaders, and esteemed guests. We were honored by […]

MOBILE, Ala. – March 22, 2024 – Tenaska, a private U.S. energy company with over 35 years of experience, today officially announced the Longleaf CCS Hub, a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project planned for Mobile County. The facility will provide an innovative business solution to assist manufacturers, power plants, industrial processors and other industries in South […]

We are thrilled to announce the opening of the Longleaf CCS Hub’s project office in Mobile. This milestone marks a significant step in our commitment to advancing sustainable solutions and fostering strong connections in South Alabama. Our new office is located in Innovation Portal at: 358 Saint Louis St. Office 1 Mobile, Alabama 36602 Office […]

The Longleaf CCS team attends the PEP (Partners for Environmental Progress) Breakfast on January 18, where Bryan Crabb was Guest Speaker and gave an informative presentation on CCS technology and the Longleaf CCS Hub project.

The Longleaf CCS Hub is pleased to announce its participation in a project awarded by the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FECM). Coordination with DOE is underway, allowing for $17.9 million in funding to support the characterization and permitting efforts to develop a carbon capture and storage (CCS) […]

The 9th Annual Mobile Chamber’s “State of the Economy” with Guest Speaker, Alabama Department of Commerce, Secretary Greg Canfield (also pictured: Jessica James, Longleaf CCS Local Representative).

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