It is the process of capturing carbon dioxide (CO2) before it enters the atmosphere, transporting it, and storing it (carbon sequestration) for centuries or millennia. Usually the CO2 is captured from large point sources, such as a chemical plant or biomass power plant, and then stored in an underground geological formation. The aim is to prevent the release of CO2 from heavy industry with the intent of mitigating the effects of climate change.[3] Although CO2 has been injected into geological formations for several decades for various purposes, including enhanced oil recovery, the long-term storage of CO2 is a relatively new concept. Carbon capture and utilization (CCU) and CCS are sometimes discussed collectively as carbon capture, utilization, and sequestration (CCUS). This is because CCS is a relatively expensive process yielding a product with an intrinsic low value (i.e. CO2). Hence, carbon capture makes economically more sense when being combined with a utilization process where the cheap CO2 can be used to produce high-value chemicals to offset the high costs of capture operations.

Proven benefits. Increased profit.

1. Modular Carbon Capture

It can achieve 90%+ capture rates and delivers industrial quality CO2 for re-use or sequestration.

2. Improved bottom line

Our technology offers the lowest corrosion rates, highest HSE standards, an uptime rate of 98+%, and can operate for more than 200,000 hours on commercial plants.

3. 30% More commercially Viable

A leader in cost-effective modular technology set to achieve $30/tonne cost of CO2 capture. Large emitters will be able to offset the cost of carbon capture with their carbon tax from as early as next year.