Cormetech and Ozona Partner on Full-Scale Carbon Capture Project

(P&GJ) — Cormetech Inc. and Ozona CCS LLC have signed an agreement to develop and operate a full-scale carbon capture and sequestration (CCUS) system with integrated NOx reduction.

The system aims to capture, transport, and sequester CO₂ from flue gas generated by natural gas engines. Expected to be operational by the end of 2025, this project will be among the first to profitably capture and sequester CO₂ from flue gas in the U.S.

Ozona’s Role: Ozona CCS LLC brings its expertise in CO₂ injection facilities to the table. The company has a track record in permitting, designing, building, and operating such facilities. This project aligns with Ozona’s strategy to offer comprehensive CO₂ capture, transport, and sequestration solutions, leveraging their skills in land and mineral rights, petroleum and chemical engineering, geology, geophysics, regulatory compliance, financing, and pipeline and injection facility construction and operation.

Cormetech’s Contribution: Cormetech, known for its innovative emissions control technology, will provide its advanced PATHWAY CO₂ Capture technology. This next-generation modular adsorber technology offers several advantages over traditional liquid amine systems:

  • Cost Efficiency: Lower CO₂ capture costs.
  • Smaller Footprint: Optimizes space utilization.
  • Environmental Impact: Reduces secondary air emissions, liquid/solid waste, and water demand.
  • Operational Flexibility: Superior flexibility during start-up and shutdown.

This partnership marks a significant advancement in sustainable CO₂ capture and sequestration, contributing to cleaner energy solutions and climate change mitigation.

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