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Sumitomo Chemicals Plant - Chiba - Japan

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Main developer: Fluor

Country: Japan

Project type: Capture

Scale: Large

Status: Operative

Year of operation 1994
Industry: Oil and gas processing


Capture method: Post-combustion

Capture technology: Amine
Transport of CO2 by: none

Type of storage: Not decided

Volume: 150-165 t/d tonnes/CO2


 

The Sumitomo plant features a Fluor Econamine FG CO2 scrubber system for the treatment of flue gases generated from on-site gas boilers and coal/oil boilers. The scrubber produces around 150-165 t/d food-grade CO2. The scrubber plant was licensed by Fluor and has been operating since 1994. It was engineered and constructed by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries on a turn-key basis under the Fluor license and supervision. The maximum flue gas volume is ~36,500 Nm3/h.


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