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Calgary’s Delta CleanTech enters China’s carbon capture market

Don Horne   

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Delta CleanTech Inc. has signed  a Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) Business Development Agreement with the Nanjing Kisen International Engineering Co., Ltd. of China, expanding its CO2 capture and utilization operations in the Chinese CO2 mitigation market.

“Delta’s recent success in CO2 capture project qualification on six significant projects is accelerating our need to further expand operations in China to meet CO2 reduction demands. As such, we have expanded our collaboration with the KISEN Group to add to our existing relationships with the Chenglin and Wison Groups. KISEN will provide access to the cement industry, which is second behind coal-fired power generation in overall world CO2 emissions,” says Jeff Allison, president of Delta.

At the virtual signing ceremony, Kisan chairman. Jianhua Feng, and Delta’s chairman Lionel Kambeitz exchanged messaging identifying the importance of CCUS, and the need for robust and proven CO2 capture technology.

Kambeitz applauded Feng’s leadership for the focus and progress that KISEN has demonstrated in climate change mitigation in China particularly as it relates to the cement industry which has been identified as a high-value target industry for CO2 capture and utilization.


“With the increase in our business volume in China, we need to collaborate with well recognized Chinese state corporations already successful in the cement industry,” said Allison. “The signing of this new Business Development Agreement establishes Delta and KISEN as strong, long-term collaborators moving forward in this important industry and will facilitate the creation of global leadership in adopting Delta’s technology to cement manufacturing.”

Delta s a 15-year ESG-driven, global technology leader in CO2 Capture, Decarbonization of Energy, Solvent and Glycol Reclamation, Blue Hydrogen Production, and Carbon Credit Aggregation and Management.


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