Technical Updates - Carbon Engineering
Carbon Engineering is building technologies to capture CO₂ directly from the atmosphere, and to use that CO2 in the synthesis of clean transportation fuels that displace crude oil.
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From Mar 07-08, the University of Calgary’s Institute for Sustainable Energy, Environment, and Economy hosted the first ever “Direct Air Capture Summit” (DACS). Carbon Engineering co-sponsored this event, and helped to organize it. DACS was conceived with a mission of gathering leading thinkers and stakeholders...

We have had a very successful season with our outdoor contactor prototype. After our installation and start-up procedures in August, we were able to accumulate well over 500 hours of air ingestion as we progressed through packing conditioning and CO2 absorption stages. In October, we...

All of us at Carbon Engineering are very excited to have been short-listed for the Virgin Earth Challenge this month! Dr. Alan Knight, VEC Director, was recently in Calgary for a press release to announce that further showcasing of the prize and its competitors would...

July and August 2011 have been very exciting months here at CE! For the past year, one of our principal efforts as a team has been the design, engineering, and fabrication of our “Outdoor Contactor” (OC) prototype. The OC has been designed to test critical...