The Heartland's Solution for Decarbonization

Project Tundra

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Project Tundra a pioneer-driven proposal to build one of the world's largest carbon capture and storage facilities in North Dakota.

Ultramodern technology will capture carbon dioxide (CO₂) produced from the generators of a critical coal-based power plant, a resource that provides reliable, affordable electricity to rural communities in the north. Up to 4 million tons of CO₂ is planned to be captured each year.
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metric tons of CO2 safely captured every year

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in 45Q carbon capture and storage tax credits

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5,000 FEET

to the first underground CO2 storage area

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of recoverable coal reserves in North Dakota

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The Process

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Timeline Number One
first phase

Pre-Engineering Work

Feasibility Research

Working with contractors on the website can save your time and resources, as you can delegate specialized tasks to contractors while you focus on the core processes of your company. This allows for efficient use of company resources and speeds up project completion. In addition, working with contractors can also reduce expenses on training new employees for specific tasks.

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Timeline Number Two
second phase

CO2 Storage Research

Front-End Engineering and Design (FEED) Study

One of the main advantages of working with contractors is access to expertise in a particular area. Contractors who specialize in specific tasks have years of experience and skills that can be highly beneficial to your company. Using the experience and knowledge of contractors can improve the quality of work and lead to time and resource savings, as specialists already know how to efficiently solve problems in their field.

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third phase

CO2 Storage Permit Granted

Final Permits Receipt

Construction-Ready Engineering Completion

Financial Partnership Acquirements

Working with contractors allows for flexible regulation of the volume of work depending on the needs of your company. You can increase or decrease the number of tasks delegated to contractors depending on changing circumstances. This also means that you can quickly scale your business or increase work volumes without the need to hire new employees. Additionally, contractors can provide flexibility in choosing the time and deadlines for task completion.

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Timeline Number Four
fourth phase

Decision Point on Whether to Proceed (Early 2024)

Project Construction (2024-2027)

Facility Operational (2028)

Working with contractors on the website can lead to improved quality of work and increased competitiveness of your company. Contractors can offer new perspectives and ideas that can enhance the quality of work and provide a fresh outlook. They can also bring innovative approaches and best practices from their previous experiences, which can help your company stand out from competitors.

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A Contractor Company Culture

A contractor company's culture should prioritize ethics and business practices to ensure that it operates with integrity and maintains a positive reputation. Here are six points to consider when it comes to ethics and business in a contractor company's culture:

  • Honesty and Transparency: A contractor company should prioritize honesty and transparency in all its dealings with clients, employees, and stakeholders. This means being upfront about costs, timelines, and potential risks associated with a project.
  • Fair Treatment: A contractor company should treat all employees and stakeholders fairly, without discrimination or bias. This includes offering equal opportunities for training, advancement, and compensation.
  • Compliance: A contractor company should operate in compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, and industry standards. This includes safety and environmental regulations, labor laws, and other legal requirements.
  • Respect: A contractor company should treat all stakeholders with respect and consideration, including clients, employees, suppliers, and community members. This means fostering a culture of inclusivity and diversity.
  • Accountability: A contractor company should take responsibility for its actions and decisions. This includes owning up to mistakes and taking steps to correct them, as well as being accountable for project outcomes.
  • Continuous Improvement: A contractor company should strive for continuous improvement in its operations, processes, and practices. This includes investing in new technology, staying up-to-date on industry developments, and seeking out feedback from clients and employees.
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Corporate Sustainability Responsibility

Corporate Sustainability Responsibility (CSR)

CSR is a concept that refers to a company's responsibility to have a positive impact on society and the environment. It involves integrating social, environmental, and ethical concerns into business operations and decision-making processes.

The goal of CSR is to promote sustainable development, which means meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. A company that embraces CSR takes a long-term view of its impact and recognizes that its success is linked to the well-being of society and the environment.

In summary, Corporate Sustainability Responsibility is a vital concept for modern businesses to embrace. By taking responsibility for their social and environmental impact, companies can contribute to sustainable development, enhance their reputation, and create long-term value for all stakeholders. More Here

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