CCUS technology and direct air capture are critical to industrial decarbonization

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Some Industrial processes in the global economy cannot decarbonize without CCUS

CCUS (Carbon capture utilization and storage) may be the only way we can address the nearly 25% of point source industrial emissions that cannot be avoided by moving to alternative fuels because emissions come from fossil-fuel intensive industrial processes using natural gas or oil.

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To meet the Paris Agreement climate goals, CCUS needs to grow exponentially

In 2020 there were only 26 active CCUS projects. According to the IEA’s Sustainable Development Scenario, CCUS capacity will have to increase from roughly 40 million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) today to a capacity of 7.6 Giga tons of CO2 by 2050 to meet our climate change goals.

The road to net-zero

There is no one-size-fits-all technology for carbon dioxide removal

Despite its long history and relative maturity, the application of carbon capture technology still involves the uncertainties associated with emerging renewable and low-carbon technologies. Emitters will need a mix of CCUS technologies to meet point source emissions reduction needs and climate goals over the next decade, whether in the US, China, or Europe.


We are investing today in the carbon capture and storage solutions of tomorrow

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Massive industrial carbon capture and storage hub with Borg CO2 in the Viken region of Norway

Industrial facilities clustered around three adjacent Norwegian cities emit approximately 700,000 tons of CO2 per year. This project aims to capture and store up to 90% of those emissions, benefiting international carbon dioxide emissions reduction goals.

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Baker Hughes and Horisont Energi explore offshore carbon capture, transportation, and storage

This groundbreaking memorandum of understanding (MoU) will jointly explore development and integration of CCUS technologies for the Polaris carbon storage project in Norway and collaborate on new processes and technologies across the value chain.

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Exclusive mixed salt process technology licensed from SRI International

Mixed salt process technology unlocks significant carbon capture separation cost reductions, providing total cost of ownership savings when decarbonizing energy and industrial operations.


We make complex CCUS projects happen by applying decades of experience


Proven experience at a world-class scale

From our early projects in the 2000s, when we carried out subsurface studies for the now largest operational CCS system in the world located in Australia, we remain at the forefront of decarbonization.

Industries we serve: 

  • Oil & Gas
  • Iron & Steel 
  • Cement 
  • Chemicals 
  • Waste-to-energy
  • Power generation
  • Power plants
  • Enhanced oil recovery
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The industry's broadest CCUS technology portfolio

Now, we are advancing our industry-leading CCUS portfolio—which includes technologies for direct air capture, transport, storage, monitoring, and well services—to develop and deploy carbon dioxide reduction and removal solutions to enable a Net Zero emissions future for the energy sector and beyond, sequestering greenhouse gases and offering solutions that enable industries to meet their climate goals while continuing to operate sustainably and keeping up with growing global energy demand.

Our offering includes: 

  • Pre-front end engineering design and FEED consultation and project design
  • Capture and purification
  • Fit-for-purpose carbon dioxide compression technology
  • Subsurface engineering and characterization
  • Well design and construction for storage projects
  • Integrity, monitoring, and site stewardship


Flexible and scalable energy transition solutions to meet the needs of your CCUS project

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Critical equipment and mitigation technology
Advanced energy technology — like our market-leading compression equipment — is critical to any CCUS project.
System integration
We engage early in the CCUS project development process to help solve complex integration challenges.
Modularized solutions
Our modular CCUS solutions and facilities are scalable and configurable to meet the needs of challenging industrial processes and CO2 capture projects.
We can help energy and fossil-fuel intensive industrial processes and power plants decarbonize through turnkey energy partnerships and value chain solutions, from emissions reduction to CCUS facilities, gas reservoirs, and storage.

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