Several approaches to limiting CO2 emissions have been investigated and implemented over the years. One strategy is to use renewable energy, such as solar or wind power. However, fossil fuels will continue to be the mainstay of energy production in the coming decades. Carbon Capture Utilization is a potential technology that allows for the consumption of fossil fuels while reducing emissions.
In a future scenario where CCU reaches industrial maturity and meaningful market penetration, securing access to the required large amounts of CO2 could become the primary impediment to further development. This webinar will focus on turning CO2 from a liability into an asset by increasing the use of carbon-free fuels and feedstock to aid decarbonization efforts. FutureBridge will provide insights into the effective use of captured CO2.
CO2 utilization in manufacturing processes refers to technologies and procedures that use CO2 as a feedstock rather than emitting it into the atmosphere. Captured CO2 can be productively used in enhanced oil recovery and manufacturing fuels, building and construction materials, and other products, or stored underground in geologic formations. Using CO2 as a feedstock may help the world to achieve circular economy and climate mitigation goals. FutureBridge decodes the best utilization of captured CO2 and how it will pan out in the future.
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