This paper describes the present use of carbon capture and storage in industries such as iron and steel and cement industry. It also describes how implications of carbon capture and sequestration can lead to reduction in global warming and can reduce the hazardous effects of carbon on environment. The major processes involved in carbon capture and sequestration are pre-combustion, post-combustion, and oxy-fuel have also been discussed. Also, the paper highlights how different membranes can contribute towards carbon capture and sequestration. Polymer, carbon molecular sieve, and organic microporous membrane advantages and drawbacks have also been discussed. For gas separation, the major membranes discussed are polymer, carbon sieve, and microporous organic membrane along with their use in different industries. Major focus still relies on how advancement of membrane can be done to have an optimal strategy for carbon capture and sequestration.
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