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Phulpur urea plant

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Facts:


Main developer: Indian Farmers Fertiliser Co-Operative

Country: India

Project type: Capture

Scale: Large

Status: Operative

Year of operation 2006
Industry: Chemical products


Capture method: Post-combustion

Capture technology: Amine
Transport of CO2 by: none

Type of storage: Not decided

Volume: 450 tonnes per day tonnes/CO2


 

The Indian Farmers Fertiliser Co-Operative has been recovering since 2006 CO2 from natural gas-fired steam reformer flue gases at the Phulpur urea plant in Uttar Pradesh, India. The CO2 is captured at a rate of 450 tonnes a day before being compressed and re-used in urea synthesis. The plant uses Mitsubishi Heavy Industries proprietary KM CDR Process®.

Media reports in mid 2012 suggest the plant is still operative.

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MHI project information page

LNG supply deal, June 2012

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Main developer: Indian Farmers Fertiliser Co-Operative







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