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Power - 16 June 2015

Microalgae can capture carbon from flue gas

Microalgae can be used to help capture CO2. But until photobioreactors become available, it is better to use algal capture as a means for providing high-value end products rather than competing with carbon capture and storage technologies.


Moving towards a cleaner energy future

The Callide Oxyfuel project in Central Queensland has reached its targets. It achieved 14 815 generation hr, operated in oxyfuel combustion mode for 10 268 hr with 5661 hr of industrial operation of the carbon capture plant.