A long hot summer ahead for the US CO2 market


It’s looking like a long hot summer ahead for the US carbon dioxide (CO2) market, with some areas in the states witnessing a tightening in supply.

The tightening comes amidst an apparent contamination in the raw gas, meaning CO2 firms operating in liquefaction and purification are faced with a contaminated product and cannot fully operate at this time.

gasworld understands a Tier One industrial gas company in the Mississippi area, where the so-called Jackson Dome has a very significant number of large plants near 1,000 tonnes per day, is experiencing contamination in the raw gas, with similar situations also affecting other plants in the US.

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