Sarah Klepper, Senior Maintenance Superintendent

ExxonMobil’s LaBarge facility in Wyoming currently captures more carbon dioxide emissions than any industrial facility in the world. The technology being deployed here can be scaled around the world to help society reduce carbon dioxide emissions. In this series, we will meet some of the LaBarge team and learn about the roles they’re playing in the energy transition to a lower-emission future.

Oct. 19, 2022

Sarah Klepper is helping to bring lower-emission technologies to LaBarge. As senior maintenance superintendent, she manages the team that builds out and operates the equipment at the facility. With a background in global project design and project planning, and a degree in chemical engineering, Sarah combines her deep knowledge of facility operations with proven technologies like carbon capture.

We spoke with Sarah to find out how her work at LaBarge is helping advance society’s net-zero ambition.

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