Pipeline operator Navigator CO2 Ventures announced it will be relocating its HQ from Dallas to Omaha to oversee its carbon pipeline project.
The $2.5 billion project called Heartland Greenway is set to pass through five US states and intends to transform the Farm Belt’s economy.
Navigator CO2 will now be able to closely look over the development of the Nebraska section of the 1,300-mile long pipeline from its new HQ in west Omaha.
As shared by Elizabeth Burns-Thompson, vice president of government and public affairs for Navigator, the company’s CEO Matt Vining is based there, which also made the relocation a logical move.
Of course, strategic reasons were also among the drivers of the decision, such as allowing the business to expand and become a full-service provider.