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Look at the decarbonization solutions in the project with Holcim
Infographic describing the transformation cycle project of the Obourg cement plant conducted jointly by Holcim and TotalEnergies to make it a completely carbon-free site.
To achieve this, Holcim will be responsible for capturing and purifying the CO2 from the cement plant using an air-oxyfuel switchable kiln. Once the CO2 has been captured, there are two possibilities:
TotalEnergies will take care of transporting the CO2 to a new electrolyser. This infrastructure will enable the CO2 from the cement plant to be converted into green hydrogen.
The CO2 is transported and stored by TotalEnergies in a CO2 storage hub and then in a geological CO2 storage area in the North Sea.
In addition to producing e-fuel, the electrolyser will also be used to power the cement plant’s air-oxyfuel switchable kiln.
Finally, a new renewable electricity production capacity in the North Sea will supply the cement plant and the new electrolyser with renewable electricity, contributing to the decarbonization of the Olbourg site.