Air Products to Study Carbon Capture; Eastman Discontinues Texas Plant
10:03 AM MST | December 22, 2009 | Rebecca coons
Air Products says it has signed an agreement with the U.S. Department of Energy to move forward with an engineering study and project plan for a potential carbon capture and storage (CCS) project at a Port Arthur, TX refinery. If built, the system would concentrate carbon dioxide (CO2) from two Air Productsâ€™ steam methane reformer waste streams and deliver the CO2 via pipeline to the Oyster Bayou oilfield for enhanced oil recovery efforts. The project was one of 12 to be awarded grants in October under the first round of funding from $1.4 billion in American...
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