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CARBON CAPTURE Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage (CCUS)

Global warming is primarily happening due to the increased concentration of greenhouse gases, especially carbon dioxide (CO2), in the Earth's atmosphere. This increase is primarily attributed to burning of fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) for energy production, transportation and industrial processes. There are consequences of global warming which include: rising temperatures, melting ice caps and glaciers, ecosystem disruption, extreme weather events among others. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), to achieve goals set by different countries as per Paris Agreement and to limit future temperature increases to 1.5 0C, efforts are needed to reduce emissions along with deployment of technologies to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Carbon capture is one such technology and can therefore play important role in tackling global warming.


Carbon capture is a process designed to capture carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from various sources, such as power plants, steel and other industrial facilities and store them in a way that prevents their release into the atmosphere. The captured CO2 can be stored underground in geological formations or used in various industrial processes or potentially converted into useful products.

Abhitech – IIT, Bombay Partnership

Abhitech, in line with their commitment towards sustainability, has partnered with IIT, Bombay to focus on developing a sustainable, practical and scalable CO2 capture technology through an integrated approach.


Responsible CO2 management technology (carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) that facilitates energy generation, leaving a zero or even negative carbon footprint.


The patented process involves dissolving CO2 in water by utilizing Regenerative Organic Catalyst (ROC). It is then converted to value added products by treating with suitable intermediates available readily.

Application in Steel Manufacturing

  • Steel industry processes generates large amount of CO2 emissions
  • CO2 is converted into HCO3 using ROC
  • HCO3 then gets converted to CaCO3 using CaSO4 (available in slag)
  • High purity CaCO3 is useful as a raw material for blast furnace and other applications in steel making
  • The Carbon footprint of mining & transportation of CaCO3 to steel plant is also reduced drastically

Applications of CCUS

  • Steel Plants
  • Thermal Power Plants
  • Waste to Energy Plants
  • Cement Manufacturing
  • Chemical Manufacturing
  • LNG Plants

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