GLE begins engineering on Marquis Industrial Complex CCS

Mar 14 2023

Gas Liquids Engineering Ltd. (GLE) has begun detailed engineering on a major carbon capture and sequestration project for Marquis Carbon Capture.

The Marquis Industrial Complex houses Marquis Energy-Illinois, the largest dry grind ethanol plant in the world.

CO2 will be captured from the facility, compressed, dehydrated, and injected into an on-site well for permanent underground storage, all located within the Marquis Industrial complex.  Once constructed, the project will be the largest operational BECCS (Bio-Energy Carbon Capture and Storage) project in the state of Illinois, permanently sequestering 1,200,000 tons/year of CO2.

"This project is an exceptional application for CCS technology and will make Marquis a leading producer of low carbon bio-products," said Ryan Arnold, Director of Business Development, Gas Liquids Engineering,

"GLE is truly pleased to bring our experience and long-standing resume of sequestration projects to this project, which represents a major step forward in the decarbonization of the ethanol industry. We are proud to be working with Marquis on one of the largest sequestration projects underway in the USA."

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