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Chemical absorption (high value chemicals)


Technology Description

Chemical absorption of CO2 is a common process operation based on the reaction between CO2 and a chemical solvent (e.g. amine-based). The CO2 is released at temperatures typically in the range 120 °C - 150 °C and the solvent is regenerated for further operation.

Relevance for Net Zero

CCS has good potential to reduce emissions from high value chemicals (HVCs) production at a reasonable cost. It is a key competitor for emission reductions for HVCs.

Key Countries


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