Perspectives on Future CCUS Infrastructure Design
This paper systematically reviews existing models and identify software tools suitable for the optimal planning and design of large-scale Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage infrastructure.
New paper on hydrogen production and on-site carbon capture from a steel mill
This paper summarises lab findings on decarbonizing mixtures of inlet gases to simulate the composition of blast furnace gases from steel production and convert them into hydrogen-rich streams.
CO2 Pipeline Operability and Safety Impacts (D4.2)
This report evaluates the impact of CO2 streams impurities on the formation of solid CO2 in pipelines for realistic venting decompression scenarios.
Life cycle assessment of capture technologies (D4.10)
This report summarises the results of the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) on the impact of the pilot implementations of the DISPLACE and CASOH C4U technologies.
Towards a CO2-neutral steel industry: Justice aspects of CO2 capture and storage, biomass- and green hydrogen-based emission reductions
A new C4U paper explores just transition aspects of various technologies to reduce emissions from steel-making.
Henry’s Law Constants and Vapor-Liquid Distribution Coefficients of Non-condensable Gases Dissolved in Carbon Dioxide
Read this new technical paper on Henry’s constants for six non-condensable gases.
Techno-economic assessment of blast furnace gas pre-combustion decarbonisation integrated with the power generation
Aiming at the iron and steel industry decarbonisation with blast furnace gas (BFG) utilisation, this paper evaluates the techno-economic feasibility of the pre-combustion carbon capture with methyl diethanolamine.
Better Carbon Capture for Industrial Emissions – Enhancing CCUS in Europe in support of the Paris Agreement
This new policy brief argues that carbon capture, use and storage should be included in the list of technological priorities in EU countries’ climate policies.
These EU-funded projects aim to improve carbon capture for industrial emissions
See what a group of EU-funded projects including C4U do to improve carbon capture from industrial emissions.
New D6.2 Report summarises CCUS learnings from the UK
This new C4U report investigates UK progress on CCUS and UK cluster projects to identify transferable learnings for the North Sea Port cluster