With highly skilled people in the field of R&D, process engineering and underground engineering, PROSERNAT and its partners offer long-term partnership services for the carbon management, from feasibility studies to the supply of industrial units, in the complete chain of capture, transport and storage of CO₂.

Process Principle

HiCapt™ : state of the art post Combustion CO₂ capture in Flue Gases

  • Proven technology at an industrial pilot scale
  • Based on primary Amine

HiCapt+™ : advanced post Combustion CO₂ capture in Flue Gases

  • Proven technology at the laboratory & mini pilot scale
  • Industrial pilot scale tests (40% MEA without inhibitor on ENEL’s Brindisi plant)
  • Based on formulated primary Amine

Process Scheme




In the portfolio to reduce the emission of greenhouse gas, PROSERNAT shares with IFP Energies nouvelles the will to bring to the market global solutions, integrating the most advanced technologies for the CO₂ Capture and storage challenge. Based on its competences in the amine processes for the Oil & Gas industry as well as its huge experience for the design and supply of modular equipments for gas treatment, PROSERNAT offers engineering services in the field of CO₂ capture in the flue gas :

  • Feasibility study, conceptual design, cost estimate
  • Basic process engineering
  • Supply of complete units from pilot plant up to commercial plants
  • Commissioning, start-up
  • Aftersales services

Key Benefits

The challenges of industrial CO₂ capture are addressed by PROSERNAT, based on :

  • Its know-how and experience as a licensor of amine based processes (AdvAmine™) for natural gas industry
  • More than 30 years experience of design and supply of gas treatment units
  • Long-term research and testing relationship with IFP Energies nouvelles, who is developing the most advanced CO₂ capture technologies

The challenge of CO₂ capture technologies is to minimize the energy penalty linked with the CO₂ capture. New technologies are being developed targeting energy cost reduction by -15% / -30% compared with currently available technologies.