The REX-CO2 project will develop a procedure and tools for evaluating existing hydrocarbon wells for CO2 storage, helping stakeholders make informed decisions on the potential re-use of certain wells or fields. A key output will be a software tool, developed – using case study evaluations from the six participating countries – for screening and assessing wells for their re-use potential.
Industrial CO2 capture and storage project, stored in saline aquifers.
Liquified Natural Gas Facility with CCS; Sequestered in the Barents Sea saline aquifer (North Sea).
500MW oxy-fuel combustion OR IGCC with pre-combustion capture.
IGCC coal-fired plant with offshore sequestration.
Capture and store CO2 from Mountaineer coal-fired power plant in deep saline formations.
Studying cost and design of CO2 capture at the Milton R. Young Power Station.
A project with nearly 40 collaborators.
Retrofitted steam methane reformers at hydrogen facility; CO2 transported for geologic storage in saline aquifer.
CO2 saline aquifer storage project completed in 2011.
Injecting CO2 into a saline aquifer in Germany.
Cryogenic carbon capture: post combustion capture from power plants and natural gas treating
CO2 stored in saline aquifers
Carbon Engineering’s direct air capture process separates CO2 from atmospheric air in a four-step process.