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BASF, Linde and ThyssenKrupp awarded €9.2 million to develop environmentally friendly technology to use CO2 as a chemical raw material on industrial scale

7:19 AM MDT | July 2, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

BASF, Linde and ThyssenKrupp (Dortmund, Germany) plan to develop an environmentally friendly and competitive basis for utilizing carbon dioxide (CO2) on an industrial scale as a raw material, BASF announced today. The project started on 1 July, and is expected to last three years. The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Bonn) granting a total of €9.2 million ($12 million) for the project within its Technologies for Sustainability and Climate Protection –Chemical Processes and Use of CO2 scheme. In the first step, a high-temperature...

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