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Decarbonisation & CCUS

Successful â€˜Decarbonisation’, the process of reducing or eliminating carbon dioxide emissions from various sectors and industries, creates energy transition pathways which contribute the acceleration to Net Zero.

Carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) is a set of technologies and processes designed to capture carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from industrial facilities, use captured CO2 for various purposes (such as production of chemicals, fuels and building materials)and the storage of emissions underground to prevent atmospheric pollution.

There are multiple approaches to decarbonisation, and the specific strategies employed can vary depending on the sector and the technologies available. RMRI can evaluate:

  • Effectiveness of different capture technologies and relative performance.
  • Effect of CCUS Hubs and techno-economics of related carbon value chain.
  • Utilisation and storage options to link with existing capture technologies.
  • Risk strategies to optimise technical performance and investment returns.
  • Regulatory plans and submissions to ensure safe operations.