This section is an overview of the most significant national and international projects developing technologies for CO2 capture, transportation, storage and utilisation.
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Compostilla OXYCFB300 is an all-inclusive project including CO2 capture, transportation and storage with the main aim of validating a flexible and competitive CCS technology on an industrial scale allowing current fossil-fuel power plants to be refurbished as from 2020.
Gorgon Project (Australia)
The Gorgon Carbon Dioxide Injection Project is an integral part of the Gorgon Project which is being constructed by Chevron.
Hatfield project, "Don Valley" (UK)
The Don Valley Power Project (better known as Hatfield) is a project involving the building of a large-scale 900 MW integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) plant over two phases with a CO2 capture rate of 91%.
In 2010 the installation of a pilot facility was completed at the IGCC plant in Puertollano. This is the first plant for integrated gasification in combined cycle in the world able to demonstrate that pre-combustion technology for CO2 capture is viable alongside hydrogen production and electricity generation, putting IGCC at the cutting edge of clean coal technologies.
This project is to develop a CO2 capture technology using limestone as a sorbent.