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carbon capture and sequestration (Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Capture) equipment

  • Carbon Capture & Sequestration Technology (CCS)

    With 70% of global energy demand currently met through the burning of carbon-based fuels, and demand predicted to double by 20351, the world faces a growing challenge: How to reduce carbon dioxide emissions which cause climate change while not damaging a global economy dependent on fossil fuels.  A central issue to this carbon emissions ...

    By CO2 Solutions inc. based in Qu├ębec, QUEBEC (CANADA).

  • PSB - Carbon Dioxide Dryers

    Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Gas, a greenhouse gas, is a byproduct of H2 production plants, petroleum refining processes, flue gas emissions from power generation, and other sources.Carbon capture and storage (CCS)is a means of capturing and removing CO2 from large sources and storing it away from the atmosphere by sequestration or using it for enhanced ...

    By PSB Industries Inc based in Erie, PENNSYLVANIA (USA). from Carbon Dioxide Product line

  • FutureGen - Power Plant

    One of the things that makes the FutureGen power plant unique is its ability to capture the CO2 created during the electricity generation process, compress it and pump it into deep geologic formations thousands of feet below the earth’s surface where it is permanently stored. This technology is known as carbon storage (sometimes also called ...

    By FutureGen Alliance, Inc. based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA).

  • PowerPAC - High-Quality Powdered Activated Carbon (PAC)

    This high-quality powdered activated carbon (PAC) is our standard product for mercury capture in halogen-containing flue gas. Various properties including pore structure, particle size and shape, moisture and mineral content, have been optimized for mercury capture and sequestration. Use this product when you are firing high chlorine containing ...

    By ADA Carbon Solutions, LLC based in Littleton, COLORADO (USA).

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