See what a group of EU-funded projects including C4U do to improve carbon capture from industrial emissions.
This new C4U report investigates UK progress on CCUS and UK cluster projects to identify transferable learnings for the North Sea Port cluster
Challenges and opportunities of achieving European CO2 transportation and storage specifications for carbon capture in the iron and steel industry
Read this new paper by Richard Porter et al. presented at the Trondheim CSS Conference in June 2021.
This new paper explores climate-friendly projects that could be part of the COVID-19 recovery while jump-starting the transition of the European basic materials industry, including the steel sector.
D6.1 Report summarising findings from the literature review on CCUS risks and challenges, and radical innovation and market creation
The C4U project is a Horizon 2020 funded programme that is working towards advancing two CO2 capture technologies through demonstrations at an iron and steel plant in the North Sea Port, and detailed consideration of safety and environmental factors. In addition to...
D3.1 Report on assumptions, base case technology and methodology for the CO2 capture integration in the considered industrial application
In this report the benchmark technology for CO2 capture from Blast Furnace Gas has been selected along with the main key performance indicators (KPIs) to compare the performance with the C4U technologies.
The report “A Trans-European CO2 Transportation Infrastructure for CCUS: Opportunities & Challenges” aims to provide a technical overview on CO2 transportation, in particular the use of pipeline networks in industrial clusters, and it stresses the importance of...