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Announced Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage Projects

The following projects have been announced but very little detail is known about them. When the projects are further defined a project page will be created.

Project Name Location Leader Size Further information

CarbonNet

Australia

Victorian Government

Network

Research project on the potential to develop a large scale CCS network in Victoria, Australia

South West Hub

Australia

Western Australian Dep. Mines and Petroleum

2.5 Mt/yr

CO2 capture from various industrial sources, including fertilizer and power generation for onshore EOR.

Shanxi

China

Shanxi Energy Group

350 MW

New build Super critical Power plant with 2-3 Mt/yr with potential for CCS

YiHe Coal plant

China

China Energy & Seamwell

1000 MW

$1.5 billion clean coal plant to be built in Inner Mongolia (June 2011)

Ledvice

Czech Republic

CEZ

660 MW

Retrofit post combustion plant. Financing proposed

Hodonin

Czech Republic

CEZ

660 MW

Considering 2 sites for pilot plants

Hassyan Clean Coal

Dubai

DEWA

1200 MW

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has competition to select developer for 49% of its new clean coal power plant. Commissioned by 2020

Nord

France

Total

N/A

The French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME) selects the project for E54M

Eemshaven RWE

Netherlands

RWE

0.19 Mt/yr

RWE project web-page

Turceni

Romania

Turceni

1.5 Mt/yr

GCCSI awards Romania project $2.55 (October 2010)

Project is on hold as more funding is secured for FEED and storage appraisal

CO2 solutions and EERC

USA

CO2 Solutions and EERC

N/A

CO2 Solutions Announces Testing Program with Energy & Environmental
Research Center (EERC)

(September 2014)

Medicine Bow

USA

Sinopec

2.5 Mt/yr

Medicine Bowl Project presentation (2011)
Coal to liquids facility with CO2 for EOR. Start 2018

Quintana

USA

Great Northern Power Development

2.1 Mt/yr

Quintana South Heart Project
2.1 MT/Yr, IGCC pre-combustion capture. New Build. Start in 2018

 

Date Modified March 22, 2016

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