World’s Largest Carbon Capture Plant Begins Running in Iceland

"Orca" is the name of Climeworks' new direct air capture and storage plant in Iceland. It will take carbon dioxide removal to the next level by combining Climeworks' direct air capture technology with the underground storage of carbon dioxide provided by Carbfix. Orca will capture 4000 tons of CO₂ per year - making it the world's biggest climate-positive facility to date. FULL STORY

McCoy CCUS Project ID: 74165

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