Cutting Carbon

Ep. 9: Carbon Capture: Finding the Red Marbles

Episode Summary

Imagine  operating a power plant on traditional fuels, like natural gas or LNG,  but with reduced carbon emissions.  This is the potential impact of post-combustion carbon capture technologies.  These systems, when applied to power plants, can remove (or capture) large portions of the CO2 that would otherwise be emitted to the atmosphere.

Episode Notes

Imagine  operating a power plant on traditional fuels, like natural gas or LNG,  but with reduced carbon emissions.  This is the potential impact of post-combustion carbon capture technologies.  These systems, when applied to power plants, can remove (or capture) large portions of the CO2 that would otherwise be emitted to the atmosphere.

Our guest, John Catillaz, Decarbonization Marketing Director for GE Gas Power, joins us for a discussion on this technology.  John explains how this technology works, and provides the information on the broader context of carbon capture utilization and sequestration (CCUS). 

Meet John Catillaz - https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-catillaz-04952595/

Read GE's new carbon capture whitepaper - https://www.ge.com/content/dam/gepower/global/en_US/documents/future-of-energy/decarbonizing-gas-turbines-ccus-gea34966.pdf

To learn more about the future of energy, visit GE's energy transition webpage at: https://www.ge.com/about-us/energy-transition