The eight-year project that will involve permitting, injecting and monitoring one million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) into deep porous rock formations in northern Montana.

The goal of the project is to demonstrate that CO2 can be stored safely and viably in regional geologic formations, to stabilize global CO2 emissions and reduce the impacts of climate change.

The project site will be located at Kevin Dome, which covers an area of 700 square miles underground and has trapped naturally occurring carbon dioxide (CO2) for millions of years.

The project will begin with environmental studies for permitting and collecting background data prior to building necessary infrastructure.