This editorial review of best available, off-the-shelf and commercially viable carbon sequestration technologies is crafted for solid fuel power plant, chemical and hydrocarbon processing engineers & project planning professionals. This assembly of critiqued case studies of existing and approved under-construction facilities provides a practical overview of the range of options available for retrofitting conventional coal-fired, MSW and biomass-fired power plants with CO2-sequestering chemical manufacturing capabilities. Conventional code-approved and industry-standard modular and zero-emission stack gas processing refineries are described as well as their performance parameters to include economic analysis applied to make a broad range of marketable feedstocks such as syngas, hydrogen, methane, ethanol, ammonia and a variety of other valuable chemical products. The primary focus is on project cost analysis for both construction and refinery operations over the life of the upgraded power generation facilities and refineries to ensure that retrofitted stack-gas capture adds value to the power plant projects ' or refineries' bottom line while meeting strict emission requirements. A comprehensive directory of applicable scholarly works on the subject is also provided. This work will be available to the public not later than 15 November 2022.