Moving direct air capture technology from pilots to commercial, large-scale implementation.
Over 14 million tonnes of carbon dioxide reinjected into reservoirs, 2km below the ocean’s surface, in one of the world’s largest CCUS projects
In May 2019, Shell announced that its Quest facility in Alberta, Canada, had captured and safely stored 4 million tonnes of carbon dioxide.
When Occidental announced it aspired to carbon neutrality, it pointed to CCUS projects as critical to making this vision a reality.
Shell’s new separation technology simultaneously meets high CO2 recovery and purity standards, at lower costs and with low to no emissions.
Repsol is building one of the world’s largest plants to manufacture synthetic fuels.
The UK’s first zero-carbon industrial centre took another step closer to reality with the formation of a consortium to accelerate the Net Zero Teesside project.