Linde steps up focus on carbon capture by extending participation in research study


Linde will continue to focus on advanced solutions for the recycling of carbon dioxide (CO2) – it has announced today.

As part of this commitment, it has extended its participation in the international research project ‘Impact of Common Impurities on Carbon Dioxide Capture, Transport and Storage’ until 2017.

The aim of this project is to study the physical properties of the impure CO2 mixtures that arise in industrial combustion processes and power generation. The specific processes being examined are carbon capture and usage (CCU), enhanced oil/gas recovery (EOR/EGR) and CO2 liquefaction for subsequent commercialisation.

“Our objective is to further advance carbon capture methodologies as part of a wider climate protection agenda,” explains Jürgen Nowicki, Spokesman for the Board of Directors of the Linde Engineering Division.

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