CCS: Applications and Opportunities for the Oil and Gas Industry
7th May 2020
Topic(s): Carbon capture and storage (CCS), Energy, Oil and gas, Transition
As oil and gas companies are evolving their business models in the context of the energy transition, and a growing number of them are committing to net-zero targets, CCS has started to feature more prominently in their strategies and investments.
In this paper, Institute’s General Manager Guloren Turan discusses how CCS can support the oil and gas industry’s low-carbon transition and addresses current developments and opportunities in applications including gas processing, enhanced oil recovery, ethanol production, refining, low-carbon hydrogen production, gas-fired power generation, and direct air capture.
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