Svante aims to halve the cost of carbon capture through its breakthrough scalable technology.
KeyState is a first-of-its-kind project integrating on-site natural gas extraction, chemical production, and carbon capture and storage (CCS) in a closed carbon loop. Once operational, the 7,000-acre site is expected to have the capacity to store over 300,000 tons of CO2 per year.
Solidia has developed patented systems for producing lower-emissions cement and concrete cured with carbon dioxide rather than water.
Econic uses pioneering catalyst technology to incorporate carbon dioxide as a raw material into polyols.
Net Zero Teesside is a CCUS project, located in the North East of England, which aims to deliver the UK’s first zero-carbon industrial cluster.
Wabash Valley Resources are developing a project that will capture and sequester 1.5-1.75 million tons of CO2 annually from their co-located ammonia plant, to create the world’s first ammonia produced with near zero carbon footprint.
Elk Hills Carbon is a CCUS project led by California Resources Corporation (CRC), the largest oil and natural gas producer in California, which will capture CO2 from a natural gas power plant.
This joint venture is one of the world’s first large-scale commercial projects to capture CO2 from a natural gas power plant and will qualify for carbon capture incentives.
NextDecade, the developer of Rio Grande LNG, plans to capture and permanently store more than 5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide per year – over 90% of its emissions – making it one of North America’s largest US CCS projects in development.