Air Liquide to capture and store CO₂ with Porthos

5 January 2024
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Air Liquide has announced that it will build a CO₂ capture facility. The company will capture CO₂ from its existing hydrogen plant in the port of Rotterdam, leveraging CryocapTM , a technological solution for CO₂ capture which uses a cryogenic process.

Aerial view of Maasvlakte 2
Photo: Martens Multimedia

Captured CO₂ will then be transported through the Porthos infrastructure and permanently stored in depleted gas fields under the North Sea seabed. The CO₂ capture facility will be operational by 2026.