TotalEnergies launches large-scale CCUS project in Belgium

The French supermajor has signed an MoU with the aim of full decarbonization of a Belgian cement plant. CO2 captured at the site can both be stored in the North Sea and used for green fuels.

Photo: Christophe Archambault/AFP / AFP

TotalEnergies is one of the signers of a Memorandum of Understanding intended to ensure full decarbonization of the Belgian cement company Holcim’s facilities in Obourg, Belgium, with Holcim being the other party to the agreement.

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