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"Applying Carbon Capture and Storage to a Chinese Steel Plant" Report is Now Available from the GCCSI Website

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Toshiba was commissioned by the Global CCS Institute (GCCSI) for a feasibility report on applying Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) to a major steel plant in China. Toshiba with its partner Tongfang Environment Co. Ltd. worked together to study the application of Toshiba's solvent based capture technology on Shougang Jingtang United Iron & Steel's Caofeidian Steel Plant.

The study also included the concept of capturing CO2 from the steel plant, compressing it for transport and potential storage in a nearby oilfield for Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR).

Steel and iron production is one of the major contributors in the carbon emission. As the result of the study suggests that, China being the largest producer of steel and iron can be benefited by the cost effective means of reducing carbon emissions as the application is technically feasible and the project is economically viable.

Click URL below to download the full report from the GCCSI website. (Toshiba)

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