Post-combustion capture

CO2 can be captured from the exhaust of a combustion process by absorbing it in a suitable solvent. This is called post-combustion capture. The absorbed CO2 is liberated from the solvent and is compressed for transportation and storage. Other methods for separating CO2 include high pressure membrane filtration, adsorption/desorption processes and cryogenic separation.

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Post Combustion Scrubbing Technology © Doosan Babcock Energy Limited.

WHY CCS?

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Why CCS?

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