Projects

This project proposes to capture around 800,000 tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide from a steel plant in the Industrial City of Abu Dhabi by 2016. The project is being developed by Adnoc and Masdar.

This Project is considered On Hold. 

Air Liquide has built a new hydrogen plant in Rotterdam. The installation of a cryogenic purification unit at the plant, capturing up to 550,000 tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide, is under evaluation.

This project is considered on hold. Solid Energy and Ravensdown are planning to joint develop a coal to fertiliser plant capturing around 1.2 million tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide for storage in a deep saline formation.

This project developed by Tenaska and Entergy to capture carbon dioxide from an existing coal-based power station is currently on hold.

This project is considered to be on hold as the project sponsors seek funding to enable the work to progress towards the capture FEED and storage appraisal phases. Getica was to capture around 1.5 million tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide from a lignite based power plant. The carbon dioxide captured at the plant was to be stored in onshore deep saline formations.

The project will capture around 1 million tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide from ethanol production. Carbon dioxide will be stored approximately 2.1 km underground in the Mount Simon Sandstone, a deep saline formation.

This project intends to capture around 1 million tonnes of carbon dioxide per annum from an existing coal-to-liquids facility by 2020. It is the second phase of the operating pilot-scale Ordos Shenhua DCL plant CCS Project.

This project proposes to capture 1 million tonnes of carbon dioxide per annum from an oxyfuel or IGCC power plant. The carbon dioxide captured at the plant would be shipped for injection into a deep saline formation.

This project proposes to capture around 1 million tonnes of carbon dioxide per annum from an integrated circulating fluidized bed combustion (CFBC) power plant for storage in deep saline formations.

The Rotterdam CCS Network aims to scale up from a demonstration phase by 2015 (capturing 3 to 5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide from various local sources) to a commercial phase handling up to 20 million tonnes of carbon dioxide annually by 2025.

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