Callide Oxyfuel Project

The Callide Oxyfuel Project is world leading project that aims to demonstrate how carbon capture technology can be applied to a coal-fired power station to generate electricity with low emissions.

The project also aims to advance industry knowledge and investigation into carbon dioxide storage.

Current status

The Callide Oxyfuel Project entered the demonstration phase in December 2012. More than 150 staff and contractors worked more than 500,000 hours during the construction and initial commissioning phases of the project. The current focus is running the demonstration program until late 2014.

CS Energy's role

CS Energy is a project partner in the international joint venture for the Callide Oxyfuel Project.

We have played a lead role in the project since its inception and the oxyfuel demonstration is taking place at at our Callide A Power Station in central Queensland.

This section of the CS Energy website contains brief information about the oxyfuel process, milestones and project partners.

For more detailed information, please visit the Callide Oxyfuel Project website.