About SES

SES's Cryogenic Carbon Capture (CCC) technology eliminates most emissions from fossil fuels while enabling better use of intermittent renewables through grid scale energy storage. Carbon dioxide is frozen out from the exhaust gases and the solids are separated from the gases prior to the latter being vented to atmosphere. As well as removing >98% of the CO2 CCC also removes NOx, SOx and other pollutants from exhaust gases.

CCC is projected to cost half as much as alternative processes and is a winning combination with our IPSMR® process technology, brazed aluminum heat exchangers, storage tanks and mobile units. 


Chart will use CCC technology and proprietary equipment to develop integrated OneChart™ services and solutions for high purity (99%) CO2 across a variety of end-use applications. Carbon dioxide can be liquefied, pumped to pressure and sent by pipeline to underground storage reserves, used in enhanced oil recovery and fuel manufacturing. High quality CO2 can be used in the merchant market for a variety of end-uses including food and beverage. 


Decarbonizing the Cement Industry

Chart and FLSmidth, a leading cement engineering company, are collaborating to optimize and commercialize Chart's Cryogenic Carbon Capture technology in the cement industry.

Widely recognized as a difficult to abate source of carbon dioxide, together we are enabling the cement industry to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2030.


Empowering water professionals to achieve their treatment objectives with the lowest combination of risk and costs while driving enhanced outcomes for people, communities and the planet.

Interesting Facts

Gallons of water treated each day

Carbon Capture and Transportation with Cryogenic Technologies

Moving large amounts of CO2 cost effectively can be achieved through liquefaction. Feature initially published in Carbon Capture Journal Mar/Apr 2023 and authored by Stephen B. Harrison, sbh4 consulting.

Cryogenic Carbon Capture Case Study

Pilot project captured carbon dioxide from flue gas at a cement factory. The 1 tonne per day of liquid carbon dioxide produced during this small-scale pilot project was re-used during the curing process for concrete, turning a waste, environmentally damaging product into a valuable commodity.

Hero to Net Zero - Cement Production

Using Chart's Cryogenic Carbon Capture™ (CCC) to capture some of the 3.5 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions from the world's cement factories.

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