CCS Project

DMX Demonstration in Dunkirk (“3D” project)

The '3D' project has 3 main objectives: Α. To demonstrate by 2022-2023 the effectiveness of DMX™ a novel CO2 capture process on an industrial pilot plant that will capture 0.5 tCO2/hour from steel mill. Β. To prepare an operational, industrial CCS unit in Dunkirk by 2025. More than 1 Mt CO2 per year could be captured on ArcelorMittal blast furnace gas and stored in a North Sea geological storage. C. To explore the potentiality of a future Dunkirk-North Sea CCS Cluster which could have a capacity of more than 10 MtCO2 per year captured and stored in the North Sea by 2035.
Project type:Capture Participants:ArcelorMittal Axens TotalEnergies ACP Brevik Engineering CMI DTU Gassco RWTH Uetikon Country:France Type of capture:Industrial Capture (steel mill) IOGP members involved: TotalEnergies Planned start of operation: 2025 full-scale CCS plant of 1 Mtpa - 10 Mtpa by 2035 CO2 capacity at start date: 0 CO2 capacity after completion: 10 Status: Advanced Development Type of storage: Any available option which is technically and economically feasible is under consideration Funding and support scheme: Horizon 2020 Info related to the funding and support scheme: The “3D” project is part of Horizon 2020. The project has a 19.3-million-euro budget over 4 years, including 14.8 million euros in European Union subsidies Notes: Links: https://automotive.arcelormittal.com/news_and_stories/news/2019DMXprojecthttps://totalenergies.com/media/news/press-releases/launch-innovative-european-3d-project-capture-and-storage-co2-industrial-scalehttps://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/838031