Osaka Gas and MHI team up on CCUS exploration

Carbon capture value chain image

Source: Osaka Gas/MHI

Osaka Gas and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries are joining forces to develop carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) technology, in an effort to achieve net-zero by 2050

The agreement aims to establish a ‘CO2 value chain’, including capturing and transporting the gas from Japan and using it to produce e-methane.

The project partners will explore capture methods of CO2 produced by ‘hard-to-abate’ industries such as steel, cement and the chemical industry

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