SLNG and Linde to develop CO2 liquefaction and storage facility

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Singapore LNG Corporation (SLNG) and Linde Gas have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaboratively explore the feasibility and development of a CO2 liquefaction and storage facility.
The new plant will be located adjacent to the SLNG terminal on Jurong Island in the city state.
The project concept involves using cold energy from the SLNG terminal’s operations to liquefy CO2, leveraging on Linde and SLNG’s combined expertise in carbon capture liquefaction as well as cryogenic storage and handling solutions.
The liquefied CO2 (LCO2) directly captures CO2 which may otherwise be emitted into the atmosphere.
Initially, the project will target to liquefy, store and transport CO2 for the project partners, but could potentially be scaled up in the future to handle CO2 from more sources, with an open-access, multi-user concept.


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