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Eastman Eyes Membrane For Carbon Capture

by Michael McCoy
August 9, 2010 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 88, ISSUE 32

Eastman Chemical and Eltron Research & Development will jointly scale up and test Eltron’s membrane system for hydrogen separation and carbon capture. Sponsored by a Department of Energy cooperative agreement, the $8 million project will culminate in a 2012 pilot demonstration at Eastman’s coal gasification facility in Kings­port, Tenn. Eltron says its novel metallic membrane system has the potential to reduce the cost of producing industrial hydrogen in conjunction with carbon dioxide capture and storage.

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