Columbus Project

E-fuels Carmeuse, Engie, John Cockerill Wallonia Belgium General Industry, Heating, Power Generation 2026

Carmeuse, ENGIE and John Cockerill are collaborating for a project which will concentrate CO2 from an innovative type of lime kiln, combine it with green hydrogen and produce “e-methane”, a renewable gas that can be used for various purposes. The total investment cost for the project is over 150 million euros. The implementation of this project would make it possible to avoid more than 900,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions during the first 10 years.