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BASF, Linde wrap up carbon capture test

by Michael McCoy
July 25, 2016 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 94, ISSUE 30

Chemical giant BASF and the industrial gases firm Linde have completed a pilot project at a Department of Energy facility in Wilsonville, Ala., aimed at improving the capture of carbon dioxide from coal-fired power plants. The test combined an amine-based solvent from BASF with new carbon capture technology from Linde. Given their belief in the success of the project, the partners plan to begin larger-scale testing and explore commercial opportunities. They earlier conducted a similar test in Germany.

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