CCS Project

Carbon Connect Delta

The Carbon Connect Delta is a cross-border (Belgium & Netherlands) project that has the ambition to capture, transport and store 6.5 Mt of CO2 by 2030, which accounts for 30% of the annual CO2 emissions in the port area of Ghent. A feasibility study, looking into technical, economic and legal aspects, the required infrastructure for the transport of CO2 by pipeline or ship, finance options, commercial feasibility and permit procedures has already been completed.
Project type:Capture Participants:The cross-border consortium is composed of Smart Delta Resources the Port Authority North Sea Port the companies ArcelorMittal Dow Benelux PZEM Yara Zeeland Refinery and infrastructure partners Gasunie Fluxys Country:Belgium Type of capture:Industrial Capture (multiple industrial sources) IOGP members involved: No Planned start of operation: 2023 CO2 capacity at start date: 1 CO2 capacity after completion: 6.5 Status: In planning Type of storage: Any available option which is technically and economically feasible is under consideration Funding and support scheme: No Info related to the funding and support scheme: Notes: Links: https://www.geos.ed.ac.uk/sccs/project-info/2729