According to the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Control (IPCC), it will be almost impossible to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions let alone reaching international climate targets for 2030 and 2050 without carbon capture and storage (CCS).
Technology for capturing and storing CO2 exists and is tested and proven. The challenge lies in designing and executing a cost-efficient transport of CO2 between the capture site and the storage site as these are seldom closely located to each other.
The properties of CO2 make it technically difficult to transport as a liquid as it will only remain liquid in a very narrow window of specific conditions in-between being a gas and being a solid masse. It is of utmost importance to ensure the right conditions throughout the entire operation, something almost no ships are capable of today.
Dan-Unity CO2 is your partner for seaborne transportation of CO2 and CCS solutions, drawing upon our extensive knowledge and expertise in the shipment of liquid gasses along with our shipyard relation to design, build, and manage the pioneering transportation solution required for your CCS project in any regard.
Transporting CO2 by sea allows for maximum flexibility and multiple sourcing points thus unlocking economies of scale for any CCS project. And at the same time delivering a lower $/ton cost compared to transport via pipeline.
Dan-Unity CO2 can facilitate a storage solution for your project via our partner Carbfix.