This report examines the outcomes of past Department of Energy (DOE)-funded CCS demonstration projects and the external factors that affected them and how DOE’s management of these projects contributed to their outcomes.
Law firm commentary on the proposed Treasury Department and IRS regulations addressing issues applicable to the tax credit for CCS under Section 45Q.
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service and the U.S. Treasury Department proposed regulations (REG-112339-19)
This document contains proposed regulations regarding the credit for carbon oxide sequestration under section 45Q of the Internal Revenue Code.
Amending Section 45(Q) of the Tax Code to expand and enhance credits for CO2 utilization and storage.
This article addresses why the current legal framework will be largely adequate from a transaction and interim standpoint to allow progress from oil production operations to permanent underground storage.
This paper seeks to better understand the drivers of a future CCS regulatory system and evaluates the historical evolution of comparable regulatory regimes through the lens of public goods problems.
This bill would amend the 45Q tax credit by removing the deadline for DAC to geologic storage and enforcing a 10-year deadline for DAC to EOR.
This bill would modify the Section 45Q carbon dioxide sequestration tax credit by authorizing the direct payment of credits and removing minimum carbon thresholds to incentivize smaller projects.