Donough, CCS is even less practical for sequestering carbon from industrial processes than it is for energy.
A key challenge of CCS is how to get the carbon to sequestration sites. For non-centralized industrial processes that requires an infrastructure devoted to carbon transport, and in the case of multiple smaller sources, it might result in creating more carbon than it would sequester. More important is the issue of verification, which on an industry-wide basis would be even more untenable and prone to fraud.
There is a clear path to the decarbonization of energy used in industry, and that is electrification combined with nuclear generation. In the U.S., GHGs from non-energy-related industrial processes for steel manufacturing account for .97% of emissions; cement manufacturing makes up .61%. All industrial processes combined are 5.1%, and some of that comes from carbon which is already part of the earth's regenerative carbon cycle (non-mined).
Burning fossil fuels is responsible for 91% of all carbon emissions. There are some innovative, non-EOR approaches to recycling carbon for industrial processes but that is clearly a very small part of the problem.