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World first CO 2 capture

World first CO 2 capture

In 2015, the Air Liquide group inaugurated the Cryocap technology in its Port Jérôme plant. This process of capturing CO2 by cold allows to limit the emission of this greenhouse gas. This technology is applicable in several areas, including food freezing. Air Liquide is now looking for new processes to reduce its CO2 emissions at the source. By 2020, Air Liquide has committed to ensuring that 50% of its hydrogen production is free of carbon dioxide emissions. Interviews with Karine Boissy Rousseau, Head of Large Industries at Air Liquide France and François Darchis, member of the Executive Committee in charge of innovation at Air Liquide.

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File : Air Liquide

Publication date : 5 November 2015

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Producteur: France 3 Le Havre   -   Journalist : Darcel, Emmanuelle  -  Photo Journalist : Dubois, Julie  -  Film Editor : Delahaye, Alexis
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19 20 Edition Baie De Seine   -   Producteur: France 3 Le Havre
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Reference:G1753250_001_001

Credits:Journalist : Darcel, Emmanuelle-Photo Journalist : Dubois, Julie-Film Editor : Delahaye, Alexis

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