Aramco licenses carbon capture tech to Swiss cleantech firm


Saudi Aramco Technologies Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Aramco, has licensed its mobile carbon capture (MCC) technology to Switzerland-based cleantech firm Daphne Technology for development.

Saudi Aramco Technologies Company has successfully demonstrated its MCC technology in passenger road transportation and, more recently, in a heavy-duty truck with up to 40% carbon capture. According to Daphne Technology, the underlying technology is scalable and can be applied to the maritime transportation market.  

Daphne Technology plans to explore ways to adapt and integrate the technology with its proprietary solutions for deployment on large commercial vessels. The company is working towards a pilot installation of its catalyst-free SlipPure methane reduction technology, and has also developed a desulphurisation solution, SulPure. 

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