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.
In order to construct large-scale CO2 transportation pipelines and improve the application range of CCUS technology, it is very important to explore the disaster of supercritical CO2 leakage and diffusion in high-pressure pipelines. In this paper the industrial scale CO2 pipeline (length 257m， inner diameter 233mm) is taken as the research object， and the numerical model of supercritical CO2 leakage and diffusion in high-pressure pipeline is built by using computational fluid dynamics...
Carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) is the technology with the greatest potential to decrease the content of CO2 in the atmosphere, which is the main contributor to global warming and can result in a significant number of environmental problems. The transportation of CO2 is the most important node in the CCUS chain and a pipeline is an economical and efficient means of transportation. In the process of CO2 pipeline building, a certain amount of venting devices should be installed to...
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 the successful demonstration of novel technologies, C4U is also focused on investigating how these technologies may be adopted and integrated within industrial clusters such as that of the North Sea Port. In this aspect, the project...