Trace Carbon Solutions is focused on developing Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) infrastructure to enable decarbonization of an array of large-scale industrial emissions. Trace’s combined experience across engineering design, infrastructure construction and operations, subsurface characterization, and commercial development enables us to manage all components of the CCS value chain. Our team is dedicated to providing the most reliable CCS solutions at scale and in a safe and cost-efficient manner.

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Carbon Capture Explained

Each year, more than 6 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide is emitted into the air in the US.* Industries that power our day-to-day life - transportation, power generation, agriculture, manufacturing and pharmaceuticals - are all challenged to adapt to operating in a cleaner way. 

Carbon capture and sequestration is the use of technology and best practices to capture carbon emissions during the industrial process, before it reaches the atmosphere, and compress it into a form that can be safely and efficiently transported to permanent underground storage. The use of CCS can significantly reduce a facility’s carbon footprint and supports global initiatives to reduce emissions.

Total U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Economic Sector

Industry and Power Generation
Commercial & Residential


CO2 Capture

Trace oversees the development, installation, and operation of capture equipment, tailored to the emission source. We develop site-specific capture solutions for each industrial application spanning petrochemicals, power generation, and other post-combustion emissions sources.


Trace can safely and effectively design, install and operate infrastructure to transport CO2 in a wide array of geographic areas and conditions. Our team can expeditiously navigate the environmental and regulatory complexities inherent in pipeline development.


Trace has leading subsurface characterization expertise and land management experience needed for optimal sequestration site selection and development at scale.

Making a Difference

Trace’s Evergreen Hub project has an estimated total sequestration capacity of over 250 million metric tons of CO2. For some context, this is equivalent to the emissions from:

natural gas-fired power plants in one year

coal-fired power plants in one year

homes' energy use for one year

gasoline-powered passenger vehicles  driven for one year


barrels of oil consumed

* Estimates from the Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks: 1990–2021,