Dastur and Air Liquide have been awarded an important US DOE funded FEED study for the design and engineering of an industrial scale carbon capture plant at Air Liquide’s Steam Methane Reformer on the US Gulf Coast.
Icelandic environmental technology company Carbon Recycling International (CRI) and Dastur Energy Pvt Ltd, the Indian subsidiary of US based Dastur Energy and a part of the Dastur group of companies, have signed an important partnership agreement for marketing, business development, technology licensing, design and engineering of CO2 to Methanol projects based on CRI’s ETL technology in India.
Speaking exclusively to Bizz Buzz, Atanu Mukherjee, president & CEO, Dastur group of companies, and chairman of AmCham-East, explains how India should make best use of the situation and emerge as the global manufacturing hub over the next 15 years or so.
Atanu Mukherjee, CEO, Dastur Energy talks at CERAWeek 2022 about Building Commercial-scale Carbon Capture Systems for Deep Decarbonization of the Industry. Economically viable and effective decarbonization of the industry requires a broad based and holistic approach to large scale carbon capture applied across the manufacturing value chain. It needs to optimize and integrate feedstocks, production, technology, scale, economics, and policy. Dastur Energy presents a systems approach to deep decarbonization for hard to decarbonize sectors like steel, cement, hydrogen, and petrochemicals.
Dastur Energy Pvt Ltd has entered into a tie-up with the Advanced Resources International and IIT Bombay for geological mapping to enable largescale storage of carbon dioxide.
Dastur successfully completes the Techno-Economic Feasibility of Indian Oil Corporation Limited’s Carbon Capture & Utilization Project at the 13.7 mtpa Koyali refinery in Gujarat, India. The project was funded by a grant from the USTDA.
Dastur Energy has entered into an agreement with Gas Technology Institute to jointly develop solutions to advance the transition to low-carbon, low-cost energy systems in India.
The President and CEO of MN Dastur & Co and Dastur Energy says the Centre must encourage large scale production to make clean hydrogen the fuel of the future.
Dastur Energy CEO Atanu Mukherjee writes an opinion piece on Hydrogen Economy for ET Energy World, where he talks about blue and green hydrogen; and the opportunities India has to leapfrog the hydrogen trajectory and create a hydrogen ecosystem in the country.
The project is designed to enable the production of low-carbon emissions steel through CO2 capture of up to 2 mtpa from the available blast furnace gases.