Prax Lindsey Oil Refinery plans to deploy carbon capture technology on its strategic energy infrastructure to capture some 1.2 MT p.a.
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CO2 Prax Lindsey Oil Refinery is critical infrastructure, helping to ensure the UK’s energy security and providing the fuels needed to keep the UK moving. It is vital that we decarbonise. To do this, the Prax Group plans to deploy carbon capture technology as part of the proposed East Coast Cluster and V Net Zero Pipelines to capture >85% of our CO2 emissions. As part of the current manufacturing and industrial processes at the refinery, flue gases including CO2 are released into the atmosphere. The Prax Lindsey Oil Refinery Carbon Capture Project will see a dedicated amine-based carbon capture unit built to capture carbon, before it is released. The unit will dehydrate / decontaminate the captured CO2 and compress it into a dense fluid, whereupon it will be routed for safe storage under the North Sea via the East Coast Cluster and V Net Zero pipelines.
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