Emerging Technologies

Wide Field of Innovations Pursued for Carbon Capture

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While the main obstacle to developing large-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) is the lack of credible business models, analysts agree that technological innovation and associated cost reductions could also play a big role. Carbon capture is already an integral part of several industrial processes such as natural gas processing and ammonia production, and technologies to separate or capture CO2 from flue gas streams have been commercially available for decades, the International Energy Agency (IEA) notes in a recent report.

Carbon Capture (CCS), Emerging Technologies
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