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Chevron invests in Carbon Clean’s CO2 capture technology

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Chevron has made a new investment in Carbon Clean.
Carbon Clean’s technology is designed to reduce the costs and physical footprint required for carbon capture.
The company’s technology and fully modular construction also aims to reduce site disruption and facilitate faster permitting.
“We look forward to partnering with Carbon Clean to help advance Chevron’s pursuit of lower carbon solutions,” said Chris Powers, vice president of carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) for Chevron New Energies (CNE). “Chevron has a long history of supporting innovation. We strive to apply our internal capabilities and longstanding partnership approach toward developing and commercializing breakthrough technologies, including those that enable lower carbon solutions in the marketplace.”
Chevron Technology Ventures made an initial investment in Carbon Clean in 2020. In 2021, Chevron accelerated lower carbon business opportunities in hydrogen and offsets and emerging energies.
“Chevron’s investment demonstrates interest in our technology, business strategy and rapidly expanding order book. We are seeking to deliver a revolution in carbon capture driven by our modular technology and are thrilled that Chevron shares our vision for the sector,” said Aniruddha Sharma, Co-founder and CEO of Carbon Clean. “We are working to remove the biggest barriers to the adoption of widespread industrial carbon capture. It is vital that we decarbonize hard-to-abate sectors while developing new low-carbon technologies. This latest investment and our work with partners, such as Chevron, will provide us with the opportunity to deliver exponential growth in carbon capture and meet ever rising demand.”