Canada-based Delta CleanTech has expanded its carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and utilisation operations following an agreement signed with Nanjing Kisen International Engineering Co., Ltd (KISEN).
Signed at a ceremony in Beijing on January 16th, 2022, the Business Development Agreement aims to support the decarbonisation of China’s cement industry, a contributor to 8% of the world’s carbon emissions.
As per the agreement, engineering company KISEN will provide Delta with access to the cement industry, allowing it to deploy carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.
Jeff Allison, President, Delta stated that the company’s recent success in qualifications on six ‘significant’ CO2 capture projects is a key reason for accelerating its need to further expand its China operations.
“As such, we have expanded our collaboration with the KISEN Group to add to our existing relationships with the Chenglin and Wison Groups,” he added.
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