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Carbon Capture and Storage Workshop, Texas A&M University in Qatar
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Abstract

The literature concerning the application of CCS to industry is reviewed. Costs are presented for different sectors including “high purity” (processes which inherently produce a high concentration of CO ), cement, iron and steel, refinery and biomass. The application of CCS to industry is a field which has had much less attention than its application to the electricity production sector. Costs range from less than $ 10/t CO  up to above $ 100/t CO . In the words of a synthesis report from the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) “This area has so far not been the focus of discussions and therefore much attention needs to be paid to the application of CCS to industrial sources if the full potential of CCS is to be unlocked”.

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