LafargeHolcim to explore carbon capture and storage

By Leila Steed10 February 2021

Global construction materials company LafargeHolcim and energy technology firm Schlumberger New Energy are to collaborate on large-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) products.

CCS is the process of capturing waste carbon dioxide and transporting it to a storage site to prevent it from entering the atmosphere.

The technology-driven partnership will see the companies experiment with using Schlumberger’s technologies to capture carbon at LafargeHolcim’s cement plants. A feasibility study based on one of LafargeHolcim’s European plants and at a second North American site will be conducted using Schlumberger’s carbon sequestration technology.

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