The Callide Oxyfuel Project was the largest oxyfuel demonstration in the world when it completed its demonstration phase in March 2015. The project helped create a pathway for the design and construction of larger-scale oxyfuel combustion plants with carbon capture, and in doing so, helped created a very exciting future for the technology.
Hear from Project Director Dr Chris Spero
A world-first international collaboration
As one of only a handful of coal-fired, low-emission projects in the world: to move beyond concept to construction, the project represented several firsts for Australia and the world.
The Callide Oxyfuel Project demonstrated the production of the electricity from coal with almost no power station emissions to the atmosphere.
The Callide Oxyfuel Project made a significant contribution to the international carbon capture and storage knowledge bank.
Read the stories of the people who made it happen
As an international joint venture comprising seven partners, the success of the Callide Oxyfuel Project relied on both the individual strengths of its partners, supporters and participants, as well as the group’s ability to collaborate effectively to achieve an innovative solution.