Carbon Capture Recovery Technologies for Flue Gas Streams
To help clients reduce greenhouse-gas-emissions, Fluor has developed patented carbon-dioxide (CO2) recovery technologies. Fluor's recovery process technologies include:
- Fluor SolventSM Process uses a dry propylene solvent to remove H2S and CO2 from gas streams.
- EconamineSM uses diglycolamine as the aqueous solvent for H2S and CO2 removal from gas streams.
- Econamine FG PlusSM uses an amine to capture and produce food grade CO2 from post combustion sources. Econamine FG Plus is also used for carbon capture and sequestration projects.
Econamine FG Plus provides clients with an energy efficient and cost-effective process for the removal of CO2 from low-pressure, oxygen-containing flue gas streams. The solvent formulation is specially designed to recover CO2 from low oxygen-containing streams that are at near-atmospheric pressure, such as burner flue gas streams. The process offers a post-combustion CO2 capture option and is easy to retrofit to existing facilities. For more than 20 years, Econamine FG Plus is the preferred CO2 solution as evidenced by more than 23 licensed plants worldwide.
Fluor is a global leader in CO2 capture and the only technology vendor with long-term commercial operating experience in CO2 recovery from flue gas with a very high oxygen concentration.
See more on Fluor's Econamine FG PlusSM technology.