Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage: The technology helping us to bridge energy use from hydrocarbons to renewables

Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS) is a technology designed to capture almost 90% of CO2 left by the generation of electricity or the separation of hydrogen from hydrocarbons.  While this technology is nothing new, the interest surrounding CCUS has gained momentum in recent months as hydrogen production has become a hot button topic around the globe.  Why is CCUS of interest in the hydrogen community?  Most of the hydrogen currently produced around the world comes from a form of thermal conversion (Steam Methane Reforming, Partial Oxidation, or Autothermal Reforming).  All of these methods create CO2 as a byproduct.  Attaching CCUS to these current facilities is the most cost-effe

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