Drax Group has announced several partnerships that could lead to the development of projects using CCUS technology.
A study that will research the potential to use a Svante Inc. CO2 capture unit at one of Chevron’s USA facilities.
A study to create a map with a list of feasible CO2 storage sites around the United Kingdom.
OSAKI CoolGen is using Honeywell’s UOP SeparALL technology during coal gasification processes.
Nano-materials that can catch and release CO2 in less than 60 seconds.
Satellites that can monitor and gather information about emissions.
The ALIGN-CCUS project strives to explore scientific issues preventing the widespread usage of CCUS technologies across Europe.
Development of bacteria that consume only CO2 from their environment.
The 3D-CAPS project plans to improve CCS technologies by using 3D-printing as part of the manufacturing process of structured sorbents by using various starting materials, which would also decrease the size of sorbent processes without sacrificing throughput.