Carbon Dioxide

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    Carbon Clean Solutions awarded innovation grant


    A consortium led by Carbon Clean Solutions Limited (CCSL), developer of carbon capture technology, has been awarded a research and development grant worth almost £900,000 by the UK Department for Business, Energy Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

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    A strong fit in CO2


    Just over a year since we were taken aback by the coming together of Pentair and Union Engineering in the global carbon dioxide (CO2) business, and we are again reflecting on another significant acquisition in this business.

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    Air Products to acquire ACP


    Air Products has announced today a definitive agreement to purchase ACP Europe SA (ACP) in a bid to expand its European carbon dioxide (CO2) position and strengthen its Continental European industrial gas business.

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    Climeworks establishes new market mechanism


    Swiss firm Climeworks has signed several historic contracts for its new Carbon Dioxide Removal solution, marking the first time a company is commissioned to permanently remove the carbon dioxide (CO2) of its customers from the atmosphere.

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    CO2 tracking technique could prove invaluable to climate action


    New research showing how naturally occurring noble gases can be used to track the movement of carbon dioxide (CO2) injected underground could provide a reliable monitoring technique for carbon storage operators worldwide, Scottish Carbon Capture Storage (SCCS) has revealed.

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    Air Liquide opens unique CO2 recovery plant


    Air Liquide Canada officially inaugurated its new carbon dioxide (CO2) recovery plant in Johnstown, Ontario, last week.

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    ASCO presents new dry ice blasting unit


    Swiss carbon dioxide (CO2) specialist ASCO CARBON DIOXIDE LTD has launched a new dry ice blasting machine.

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    Total driving distance in 2016 for tankers


    According to data compiled by the Japan Industrial and Medical Gases Association (JIMGA) for 2016, tanker trucks carrying liquid oxygen (O2), nitrogen (N2), argon (Ar) and carbon dioxide (CO2) travelled a total of 127.61 million km in 2016, The Gas Review revealed.

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    Plans for a hydrogen-powered steel plant


    SSAB, the highly-specialised global steel company based in Sweden, has proposed plans to transition the business to fossil-free steel production using hydrogen (H2).

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    Free online CCS technology course


    The University of Edinburgh, one of the founding partners of Scottish Carbon Capture Storage (SCCS), has developed the world’s first open online course exploring the technology that can provide a long-term solution to protecting the atmosphere from an excess of carbon dioxide (CO2).