Carbon Capture and Storage

CCS involves capturing CO2 emissions from large point sources and storing them underground in suitable geological formations.

The removal of CO2 from flue gas streams for storage is achieved using CO2 capture processes. The most promising capture processes, such as pre-combustion, post-combustion, and oxy-fuel combustion, produce a highly concentrated CO2 stream that is, after compression, ready for transport and storage.

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