Office: Carbon Management
FOA number: DE-FOA-2730
Register and apply here: FedConnect
FOA Amount: $100 million
On September 23, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced up to $100 million to design regional CO2 pipeline networks to safely transport captured CO2 from key sources to centralized locations. Projects will focus on carbon transport costs, transport network configurations, and technical and commercial considerations that support broad efforts to develop and deploy carbon capture, conversion, and storage at commercial scale.
The intent of this funding opportunity is to award projects with consideration for the creation and integration of a hub and cluster configuration, rather than a standalone carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS)/ carbon dioxide removal (CDR) pipeline(s). Applicants are also encouraged to propose projects that will repurpose existing pipeline(s) into CO2 service. Projects will expand DOE’s knowledge of carbon transport costs, transport network configurations, and technical and commercial considerations to support the country’s broader efforts to develop and deploy carbon capture and carbon dioxide removal technologies, carbon conversion, and storage at fully-commercial scale.
This funding is provided from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Section 40303.
Eligible applicants include individuals, institutions of higher education, for-profit and non-profit organizations, state and local governments, and Tribal Nations.
Download the full funding opportunity for more information on eligibility.
Area of Interest
This funding opportunity announcement has one area of interest:
- Front-End Engineering and Design Studies for CO2 Pipeline Infrastructure (Onshore and Offshore)
DOE expects to make 6 or more awards per year. Awards may vary between $750,000 to $3M each with a minimum of a 20% cost-sharing from the awardees.
|NOI Issue Date:||07/13/2022|
|FOA Issue Date:||9/22/2022|
|Submission Deadline for Full Applications:||11/28/2022 at 5:00 PM ET|
|Expected Date for FECM Selection Notifications:||March 2023|
|Expected Timeframe for Award Negotiations:||March - July 2023|
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