ExxonMobil to install carbon capture technology at Baytown facility

ExxonMobil will utilise Topsoe’s SynCOR™ hydrogen technology to produce low carbon hydrogen at a ‘mega scale’, while capturing more than 98% of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in the process.

It is hoped the Baytown, Texas-based facility will capture around seven million tonnes of CO2 annually with SynCOR ™, paired with a Honeywell UOP carbon capture tech.

The low-carbon hydrogen, ammonia and carbon facility, estimated to startup between 2027 and 2028, is expected to produce around one billion cubic feet of hydrogen per day, delivering low-carbon fuel to the Baytown olefins plant and other Houston-area facilities.

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