Cormetech Partners With Ozona For Carbon Capture And Sequestration Project

Cormetech Partners With Ozona For Carbon Capture And Sequestration Project - Carbon Herald

Cormetech and Ozona CCS have entered a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to develop a full-scale carbon capture and sequestration system with integrated nitrogen oxide (NOx) reduction.

The system will capture, transport, and sequester carbon dioxide (CO2) from flue gas produced by natural gas-powered engines.

The project, scheduled to be operational by the end of 2025, will be one of the first profitable full-scale carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) systems for flue gas in the United States, according to a statement by Cormetech earlier this week.

Ozona is a prominent figure in the CCUS industry, and its team has successfully permitted, designed, built, and operated CO2 injection facilities.

The partnership with Cormetech aligns with their strategy of providing comprehensive solutions for CO2 capture, transport, and sequestration.

Ozona’s expertise includes land and mineral rights, petroleum and chemical engineering, geology, geophysics, regulatory compliance, financing, and the construction and operation of pipeline and injection facilities, all key components for successful CCUS projects.

Cormetech, a global leader with over 30 years of experience in reducing NOx, carbon monoxide (CO), and volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions, will contribute its advanced emissions control technology and PATHWAY™ CO2 Capture solution.

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Ozona selected the next-generation modular adsorber technology developed by Cormetech over liquid amine systems for several reasons.

This solution reduces CO2 capture costs compared to traditional liquid amine systems, has a smaller physical footprint, and minimizes secondary air emissions, liquid and solid waste, and water demand, unlike other technologies.

It also includes advanced NOx control and provides greater flexibility during unit start-up and shutdown.

This partnership marks a significant advancement in profitable and sustainable CO2 capture and sequestration, contributing to climate change mitigation and the promotion of cleaner energy solutions, Cormetech concluded.

Read more: Ozona CCS Expands Lease Space For Carbon Capture Sequestration In The Permian Basin

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