The project, an initiative of the Teesside Collective Grouping (a collaboration between a number of industrial companies situated in the Tees Valley, North East England) intends to establish a clean industrial development hub within the region. Initially, up to 2.8 million tonnes of CO2 per annum would be captured using conventional capture technologies (some CO2 is already separated as part of industrial processes in the Teesside Area, for example in fertiliser production). The long term target is to capture and store up to 10 million tonnes of CO2 per annum. The captured CO2 would be compressed to dense phase at each location, and then transported using a shared pipeline network to an offshore storage location (a suitable storage location in currently being determined). The Project would be operational in the 2020s. For more information, please see here.

The CRP (Haifeng) Project plans to capture and compress 1 million tonnes of CO2emissions from CRP (Haifeng) Unit 3 from a slip stream of flue gas. The construction of the carbon capture facilities is expected to start in February 2016 and be completed by August 2018


A capacity of 50,000 tpa of CO2 capture facility was built in November 2012 and a capacity of 360,000 tpa CO2 capture facility is planned to be entered into operation by 2016-2017.

The Uthmaniyah CO2-EOR Demonstration Project is located in a small area at the Uthmaniyah production unit in the Eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The project was officially launched as operational in July 2015. This CO2-EOR demonstration project compresses and dehydrates around 800,000 tonnes of CO2 separated from the Hawiyah NGL (natural gas liquids) Recovery Plant, which is then transported 85 km to the injection site. As the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has abundant conventional hydrocarbon reserves and enhanced oil recovery (EOR) is not likely to be required at production scale for decades to come, this demonstration project is focused on research and development objectives. The project duration is expected to be three to five years. The design of the project includes a comprehensive monitoring and surveillance plan. For more information, please see here.

This operational project captures around 700,000 tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide from an offshore gas processing plant. The carbon dioxide is injected into the Lula Oil Field for enhanced oil recovery.

Shenhua Group proposes to build a new coal-to-liquids plant that would capture around 2 million tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide. Possible storage options are currently under evaluation.

More than 800,000 tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide from a natural gas processing plant are planned to be injected into the Jilin oil field for enhanced oil recovery by 2016-2017.

The China Datang Group is developing a new power generation project with CCS, with a planned capture capacity of around 1 million tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide, which will then be used for enhanced oil recovery.

This project will involve the construction of a new, super-critical coal-fired power plant with oxyfuel combustion capturing more than 2 to 3 million tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide.

The Caledonia Clean Energy Project is being developed by the Summit Power Group, LLC and involves the construction of a new 570 MW (net) integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) power plant to be located at the Port of Grangemouth in Central Scotland. The proposed IGCC plant (with carbon capture technology) would use Siemens gasifiers to convert the coal feedstock into a hydrogen-rich synthetic gas (syngas) and CO2. The hydrogen-rich syngas would be used to power the high-hydrogen gas combustion turbine at the plant. The amount of CO2 separated would be around 3.8 Mtpa, equating to over 90 per cent CO2 capture. Onshore and offshore transport is anticipated, involving both the reuse of some existing infrastructure ('Feeder 10' pipeline) and areas of new build. Start-up for the Caledonia Clean Energy Project is presently slated for 2022. For more information, please see here.