The LEILAC project (Low Emissions Intensity Lime And Cement) will
successfully pilot a breakthrough technology that aims to replace an existing part of the cement and lime making process, and enable the capture of unavoidable process carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions without significant energy penalty (just compression) at comparable capital costs to conventional emitting equipment.
The LEILAC project is primarily based on the development and testing of a suitably sized pilot plant to validate the technology and facilitate scale up. Constructed next to the HeidelbergCement’s plant at Lixhe, Belgium, the pilot will function in a realistic operating environment. This Pre-FEED summary represents the evolution, achievements and intentions of this initial phase of the project. This report summarises the main research, development and engineering actions contributing to the first project stage-gate. It covers the period from the commencement of the project in January 2016 to the go/no go decision in October 2016.
Public LEILAC pre- FEED Summary Report
The LEILAC project (Low Emissions Intensity Lime And Cement) is
developing a pilot to test Calix’s Direct Separation Technology. The pilot and its equipment will be built and integrated into the HeidelbergCement cement plant at Lixhe, Belgium.
A Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) study was developed to provide a final design and cost for an optimal configuration of the pilot plant, completed to a point such that no material variations would be required. As such, this FEED report summarises the main engineering actions of this critical development phase of the project. It covers the period from October 2016 to the Final Investment Decision (FID) in June 2017.