CALLIDE OXYFUEL project
Leading the World to Cleaner EnergY
The Callide Oxyfuel Project in central Queensland is a world-first demonstration of how we can dramatically-reduce global warming by adapting our existing coal-fired power stations to produce almost zero emission electricity.
Currently the world’s coal-fired power stations produce 11.4 billion tons of CO2 every single year - by far the largest single contributor to the over-heating of our atmosphere. The Callide Oxyfuel Project is a visionary commitment to pioneer practical, affordable solutions to global warming.
Using ground-breaking technology that enables CO2 to be ‘captured’ and stored deep beneath the earth, the Callide Oxyfuel Project represents more than just a new way to make an old power station produce cleaner electricity – it is a blueprint for the future of low emission coal power generation.