Cement is one of the most widely used materials worldwide, and its production contributes significantly to global CO2 emissions. As such, implementing CCUS technologies in the cement industry is an essential component of the global effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Alcoholic Beverage (AlcoBev) industry
CCUS in the Alcoholic Beverage (AlcoBev) industry primarily relates to the management and utilization of CO2 produced during the fermentation process. In the production of beer, wine, spirits, and other alcoholic beverages, yeast ferments sugars to produce alcohol and CO2.
At GAS LAB, we understand that every carbon capture scenario is unique. That's why we tailor our solutions based on the specific conditions, the composition of the gas stream, available infrastructure, desired purity of the captured CO2, and regulatory requirements, ensuring optimal efficiency and effectiveness in every project.
OUR CLIENTS IN CARBON CAPTURE
At GAS LAB, we're dedicated to aiding industries in their journey towards Net-Zero emissions through our advanced Carbon Capture and Storage (CCUS) technologies. These technologies are designed to be oxygen-tolerant and high-load capable while requiring low regeneration energy, ensuring the cost-effectiveness of post-combustion and chemical by-product-based carbon capture. Our solutions cater to a variety of CO2 sources, preventing CO2 release from conventional power generation and industrial production by storing captured CO2 in suitable underground reservoirs.
We offer a wide array of CO2 recovery plants, specifically tailored for high purity sources such as fermentation and geothermal wells, providing our clients with customized solutions. With incentives for emission reductions, our CCUS solutions allow for the continued use of fossil fuels in the industrial and power generation sectors with a substantial decrease in CO2 emissions. Join us at GAS LAB as we drive the future of Carbon Capture Technology and CCUS Solutions, continuously striving to reduce costs and support the industry's transition towards a Net-Zero future.