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Webinar | Two central questions on carbon capture and flue gas characterization

Carbon capture: What are the options for industry?

Every sector of industry will have to step up to play its part if the EU is to achieve its commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 40% by 2030 and by 80-95% by 2050. But we recognize it’s challenging for companies to battle their way through the technical and economic questions that make carbon capture possible. What is carbon capture? What drives the costs of capture? How do you develop a carbon capture project?

How does monitoring emissions help optimize your carbon capture project?

Certain flue gas contaminants could interfere with carbon capture, leading to increased emissions, solvent degradation, and corrosion. In this second part, we demonstrate how flue gas characterization takes the risk out of your carbon capture project. But which contaminants do you need to monitor, and why is it important?

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