Karbon captures carbon dioxide from exhaust gases at industrial scale

Karbon processes for carbon capture decarbonise industrial plants and large internal combustion engines, allowing equipment to serve out its operating life as near-zero-carbon

  • Karbon CO capture operates independently without impacting the host point source plant, diverting the exhaust gas from the host before it enters the stack.

  • Host exhaust gas is compressed cost-effectively in Siemens Energy gas turbines.

  • The gas turbines and the generator which it drives provide substantially all heat and power required by the Karbon Process, including for compression of CO for transport.

  • CO is then extracted with the Hot Potassium Carbonate (“HPC”) process, which is widely used, inexpensive, non-toxic, and highly efficient when the incoming exhaust gas is compressed.

  • The extracted high purity (99%) CO is suitable for sequestration, industrial use and oil recovery.

  • The process is deployed in independent modular trains, each with a gas turbine, HPC unit, heat exchanger and power generator. Each train can treat 300 MW of power plant exhaust gas, and several can operate side by side for increased capacity.

  • The Karbon process also removes methane slip from exhaust gas.

  • A compact version of the Karbon Process captures CO from smaller industrial facilities and engines, such as engines for power generation or ship engines.

  • Karbon is developing a proprietary multi-cargo LCO/LNG/LPG tank.

  • Karbon Technology is protected by a suite of patents.

  • Karbon works with developers, utilities and principal investors and licences its IP to industry partners for certain countries or projects.