Steel Industry Challenges
The steel industry is one of the largest industrial sources of CO2 emissions, and production continues to grow. As the world moves to achieve net zero targets, decarbonising steel production will remain a key area to be addressed.
Many facilities have limited options for reducing emissions through improved energy efficiency and a reduction in coal consumption. To achieve a significant reduction in CO2 emissions, the implementation of carbon capture and storage technology is required.
Finding New Revenue Streams With
Captured carbon from steel plants can be harnessed as a raw material, for instance, by mixing with water and slag to create building materials. Carbon Clean can help the steel industry find partnership opportunities to commercialise captured CO2 products.
Steel Plant Layout Challenges for
Emissions from steel plants occur at numerous point sources, and high production demands make planned shutdowns a challenge. Carbon Clean’s modular systems reduce site work and shutdown time. They can be deployed at multiple point sources, helping to minimise disruption.
A Roadmap to Achieve
Steel manufacturers need the technology, expertise, and guidance to implement affordable and scalable solutions that help them achieve their net zero carbon emission goals. We're on the path to net zero together.
Modularised and containerised solutions make it easy to scale your carbon capture system to your plant's unique requirements. Image use with kind permission of Doosan Babcock Limited and Newcastle University.
With our technology licence, the Carbon Clean team will create a custom design for your unique site that makes the most of our CDRMax™ processes.
Carbon Clean's proprietary solvent formulations provide better carbon capture results. They can be used as a drop-in substitute in existing systems or with an integrated carbon capture system.
"We are happy to have been able to further advance carbon capture technology innovation through Carbon Clean’s industrial scale test at our advanced facility at Mongstad, and we wish them the best of luck in the market for capture technology."
Roy Vardheim, M
Managing Director, TCM
First-of-its-kind: We have designed and commissioned India’s first blast furnace carbon capture plant for Tata Steel in 2021. The modular skid mounted unit plant captures 5 tonne of CO2 per day and is the first-of-its-kind in the global steel industry. The captured CO2 is reused on site and there are plans for larger carbon capture plants in the future.