Fossil fuels composed of carbon (“C”) and hydrogen (“H”) molecules form the backbone of the chemical industry. Several chemicals – including polyurethanes, and polyethylene, and polypropylene – are comprised of CO2‘s components, via either CO (carbon monoxide), or methanol (CH3OH). Transitioning from fossil fuels to DAC-sourced CO2 production could create 100s of millions of tonnes of CO2 demand annually.