In a joint effort to help decarbonise industry and reach net zero emissions by 2050, energy giants Air Liquide and TotalEnergies are to collaborate on a large-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) solution at the Normandy area, France.
To support both company’s aims to reduce carbon emissions, Air Liquide will use its Cryocap carbon capture technology to help reduce the carbon emitted by TotalEnergies’ hydrogen production unit.
The transportation and storage process will be handled by TotalEnergies through projects such as Norway’s Northern Lights and the Dutch Aramis CCS project.
This planned investment at TotalEnergies Normandy platform will enhance its ‘industrial competitiveness’ according to Bernard Pinatel, President, Refining & Chemicals and Member of the Executive Committee, TotalEnergies.
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