Gulf Cryo, Petro Rabigh ink 20-year CO2 capture deal


Industrial and medical gas solutions provider, Gulf Cryo, is contributing to reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions at a Saudi Arabian mono-ethylene glycol (MEG) plant operated by hydrocarbon and petrochemical company Petro Rabigh.

Having signed a 20-year agreement on 23rd March, the partners aim to capture CO2 at the 600,000 metric tonne/year (mt/y) capacity plant and advance the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 – a long term strategy to reduce emissions from industrial processes. 

A ‘state-of-the-art’ CO2 capture plant will be built and operated by Gulf Cryo as part of the venture, which is expected to be fully operative by Q2 2023, marking the first CO2 capture plant in the Western Region of Saudi Arabia. 

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