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BASF and Linde to Market Carbon Capture Plants
January 15, 2010 | Natasha Alperowicz
BASF and Linde's Dresden, Germany based subsidiary have signed a cooperation agreement to jointly market licenses and plants for the capture of carbon dioxide from flue gases. BASF will be responsible for the chemical processes for capturing CO2, while Linde will provide engineering and design as well as construciton of the facilities, under the agreement. The cooperation will focus mainly on the Mideast, where demand for purified CO2 is increasing, especially to raise crude oil prodcution yields by means of enhanced recovery, and in urea production. "In a...
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