The capture and storage of carbon dioxide from coal- or gas-burning power plants and industry users is seen as an attractive solution to reducing CO₂ emissions into the atmosphere. To commercialise carbon capture, as well as transport of liquified carbon dioxide and its storage in exploited oil fields or saline formations, many technological, commercial, and political hurdles remain to be overcome.
Why ECONNECT Energy finds Carbon Capture interesting
Despite an accelerating transition towards a renewable future, alternative fuels- and energy sources alone are unlikely to sufficiently reduce carbon emissions. The world will continue to produce too much CO₂ , and solutions to handle it must be considered. Even though most new investments in hydrogen today are placed in green hydrogen, we believe that blue hydrogen with carbon capture also holds great potential for future applications.
Jettyless loading and unloading of CO₂
- Along with transportation through pipelines, CO₂ can be transported on ships either at high-pressure state or at liquid state by cooling the gas down to the liquefaction point.
- Loading and unloading ships with a jettyless system provides for a fast and flexible solution that lowers the risk because of its flexibility. Our systems have high safety standards from the LNG industry which will be valuable lessons learned for the management of CO₂ .