Direct air capture not a ‘reliable source’ of CO2 for industry


Not enough carbon dioxide (CO2) can be captured through direct air capture (DAC) to fulfil industry needs.

That is according to Luke Lana of US-based TOMCO Systems, who spoke at gasworld’s European CO2 Summit 2024 held in Austria earlier this week.

“We have to start wrapping our heads around understanding that DAC is not going to be that reliable source of CO2 for industry,” he said. “There is not enough CO2 to be captured to accomplish the goal.”

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