For decades, CO₂ has been captured from emitting sources and sold for use by other industries. Existing capture technologies can be applied to large-scale industrial processes, such as power generation, oil and gas production and cement manufacture. Three main technologies exist: post-combustion, pre-combustion and oxy-firing. Visit the CCS Browser to find out how CO₂ capture technologies work.
Oil refinery – one of the industries for which capture technologies are being developed. Image courtesy of Suncor.
Learn more about CO₂ capture and storage by visiting www.ccsbrowser.com
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