The safety of the environment, our employees and the community is at the forefront of our business. Navigator CO2 Ventures, the developer of the Heartland Greenway is a midstream infrastructure company with a proven track record of safe and reliable asset installation and management for over a decade.
Our company believes in being a responsible operator by prioritizing safety, supporting the communities in which we operate, and preserving the environment. We design, construct and operate our systems to ensure long-term integrity and minimize potential environmental impacts. We meet or exceed all environmental, health, and safety regulations and laws required to build and operate our assets.
Land Use and Restoration
Planning for a project of this scale begins years before any construction begins. Initial steps include determining demand, exploring practical pipeline routes, extensive environmental assessments on the selected route, public and landowner engagement, and government permitting. Once all of these steps are complete, the construction activities can begin.
Navigator CO2 Ventures has retained a specialized restoration company to develop and execute a project specific construction mitigation and restoration plan. The plan will address the unique conditions of the landscape and agricultural practices along the right-of-way (ROW) to ensure impacts from construction are temporary and that land use and production are restored as quickly as practical.
Navigator CO2 Ventures will address each affected landowner’s specific circumstances during easement discussions. We are committed to returning the land to its pre-construction conditions or better.
Likewise, development of the CO2 storage field takes landowners and land use into consideration. The CO2 would be stored deep underground. Beyond the discrete locations of the injection wells, the storage field would have no impact on above-ground land use. A rigorous monitoring system ensures the storage field remains secure for the long term.