Crude oil is the most common source of energy in the world, with over 30% share of the total primary energy supply by fuel (source: IEA). In fact, crude oil demand is expected to peak only by 2040, driven by the demand from emerging developing economies like China and India. There are various companies working on this technology. Dastur Energy is one of them. They assist their clients to determine the most cost-effective way of sourcing dense stream anthropogenic CO2, which can be cost-effectively captured, treated, and transported for utilization in EOR. You can also get more knowledge about low-carbon crude oil production at https://www.dasturenergy.com/oil-exploration-production/.
In the industry sector, most of the energy-consuming sectors are iron, steel, petrochemical, and chemicals. Depending on operating practices & geography, these sectors account for about 15-20%, 10-18%, and 6-8% of the total industrial energy consumption. There is a wide variety of energy-rich components like CH4, CO, H2, and N2, that produce from this sector. Industries use these gases as low-value fuels in captive power plants.
Through the waste gas utilization process the enrichment and utilization systems, suitably integrated with the existing main process units, provide a pathway for improving the overall energy efficiency and significantly reducing CO2 emissions from industrial facilities. Various industries like Dastur Energy are working on the process of converting waste gas into high-value products. Dastur Energy is applying its IP-based business-driven solutions for enrichment and carbon capture of waste gases at one of the largest steel plants in North America.
DE offers flexible and sustainable clean energy systems solutions to their clients. They give the option to calibrate the extent of the gas conditioning, gas enrichment, and the syngas quality as well.