The carbon capture, utilisation and storage project is expected to start operations at the end of this year, Sinopec says. Photo: Bloomberg The carbon capture, utilisation and storage project is expected to start operations at the end of this year, Sinopec says. Photo: Bloomberg
The carbon capture, utilisation and storage project is expected to start operations at the end of this year, Sinopec says. Photo: Bloomberg

Sinopec says it has started building China’s largest carbon capture project

  • The project involves capturing carbon dioxide from Sinopec’s Qilu refinery during a hydrogen making process and then injecting it into 73 oil wells in the nearby Shengli oilfield
  • Company estimates that 10.68 million tonnes of carbon dioxide will be injected, which will boost crude production by nearly 3 million tonnes

Topic |   China’s carbon neutral goal
The carbon capture, utilisation and storage project is expected to start operations at the end of this year, Sinopec says. Photo: Bloomberg The carbon capture, utilisation and storage project is expected to start operations at the end of this year, Sinopec says. Photo: Bloomberg
The carbon capture, utilisation and storage project is expected to start operations at the end of this year, Sinopec says. Photo: Bloomberg
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