CCS in the news 日本語版 2023年10月24日版(1)

CCS in the news 日本語版 2023年10月24日版(1)




原典:Energy Central




プロジェクトの下、Shell社(SHEL.L)、Exxon Mobil社(XOM.N)及びAir Liquide and Air Products社(APD.N)が運営する製油所及び化学工場から排出されたCO2は、オランダ沿岸沖約20キロメートル(12.5マイル)に位置する北海下の枯渇したガス田に輸送される予定である。




Work on Europe’s largest carbon capture site to start in Rotterdam next year


Published: 18 October 2023

Source: Energy Central

Construction of Europe’s largest CCS facility will begin in the Rotterdam port area next year, its developers said on Wednesday.

The planned “Porthos” project will require an investment of 1.3 billion euros ($1.38 billion) and is expected to be operational by 2026, said its developers, who include the Rotterdam port authorities and Dutch gas company Gasunie.

Under the project, CO2 emitted by refineries and chemical plants operated by Shell (SHEL.L), Exxon Mobil (XOM.N), Air Liquide and Air Products (APD.N) will be transported to empty gas fields under the North Sea around 20 kilometres (12.5 miles)off the Dutch coast.