Carbon Capture and Storage

OSL has led several studies into Carbon Capture and Storage (CCUS) for major international companies and consortia in particular assessing the means to capture, compress and pipe carbon dioxide and to appraise suitable long term storage reservoirs.


As the world moves to a lower carbon future and the cost penalties of CO2 emissions increase, there has been increasing activity by companies to develop new approaches and technologies for reducing and capturing CO2 emissions originating from existing processes, or sources such as the production of “blue” hydrogen or direct air capture (DAC), and to transport, store or reuse the CO2 safely and cost effectively.

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Case Studies