Carbon Dioxide (S2)

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    US CO2 Shortage: Talks of a tight supply continue

    2020-05-21T13:00:00Z

    Second from the coronavirus, CO 2 seems to be the hot topic dominating the US headlines at present, with floods of publications reporting suggestions of a CO 2 shortage.

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    Partnership extended for decarbonised concrete

    2020-05-21T14:28:00Z

    US-based cement and concrete technology company Solidia Technologies has extended its partnership with LafargeHolcim to 2025, with an option to extend, in order to reduce CO2 emissions.

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    National Carbon Capture Centre expands testing

    2020-05-20T15:43:00Z

    In order to strengthen its commitment to energy innovation, Southern Company, in partnership with the US Department of Energy (DOE), has expanded its focus on the National Carbon Capture Centre located in Wilsonville, Alabama.

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    Global CCS applauds Norwegian CCS investment

    2020-05-20T12:58:00Z

    The Global CCS Institute has today welcomed Total, Equinor and Shell’s investment to move ahead Norway’s flagship CO2 transport and storage project.

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    Contract awarded for North Dakota CCUS project

    2020-05-20T08:51:00Z

    Fluor Corporation has been awarded the front-end engineering and design (FEED) for Minnkota Power Cooperative’s project Tundra, a carbon capture, utilisation and storage retrofit project at the Milton Young Station in Centre, North Dakota.

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    Industry welcomes Australia’s CCS commitment

    2020-05-19T10:30:00Z

    The Global CCS Institute, CO2CRC and Carbon Market Institute have today spoken out on the Australian Government’s plans to accelerate the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS).

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    Australia recognises role of CCS to reduce emissions

    2020-05-19T09:55:00Z

    A critical step forward in accelerating the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in Australia, the country’s government today backed the technology in a bid to cut emissions.

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    InnoTech Alberta moves carbon capture unit

    2020-05-19T08:22:00Z

    InnoTech Alberta, a subsidiary of Alberta Innovates, will today begin the move of a carbon capture unit – fabricated by ALCO Gas Oil Equipment, in Edmonton – to the Alberta Carbon Conversion Technology Centre, on the outskirts of Calgary.

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    Equinor, Shell and Total make major CCS investment

    2020-05-18T08:55:00Z

    Equinor, Shell and Total have announced plans to invest almost $6.9bn in the Northern Lights project in Norway’s first exploitation licence for CO 2  storage on the Norwegian Continental Shell.

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    Beiersdorf-Evonik researching turning CO2 into beauty products

    2020-05-15T09:41:00Z

    Global skin care major Beiersdorf and chemicals company Evonik are jointly researching how to develop sustainable raw materials for beauty products using carbon dioxide (CO2).

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    Boundary Dam CCS facility provides update

    2020-05-15T08:41:00Z

    Electric utility company SaskPower has announced that its carbon capture and storage (CCS) facility at the Boundary Dam Power Station captured 48,150 tonnes of carbon dioxide last month.

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    Commercial airliners monitor CO2 emissions

    2020-05-15T08:31:00Z

    For the first time, aircraft data collected by commercial airlines has the potential to contribute to the monitoring of greenhouse gas emissions – an important step in managing the mitigation of such emissions.

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    Researchers accelerate CO2 to ethylene conversion

    2020-05-14T08:29:00Z

    Researchers at the University of Toronto Engineering and Carnegie Mellon University are using artificial intelligence (AI) to accelerate progress in transforming waste carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) into commercially valuable product with record efficiency.

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    KBR wins CCS contract

    2020-05-13T12:19:00Z

    Engineering, procurement and construction firm KBR today said it had won a carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) contract from Japan’s JX Nippon Oil Gas Exploration company.

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    Record CO2 concentrations despite Covid-19 crisis

    2020-05-13T09:58:00Z

    Over the past few weeks there have been many reports of localised air quality improvements as the world has locked down to combat the coronavirus pandemic.

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    New paper highlights case for CCS

    2020-05-13T06:30:00Z

    Think tank the Global CCS Institute has today released an expert paper aiming to assess and redefine the value and full range of benefits of carbon capture and storage (CCS).

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    Consortium established to build ‘power-to-methanol’ plant

    2020-05-11T14:29:00Z

    A consortium of seven players has been established to build a ‘power-to-methanol’ demonstration plant in the port of Antwerp.

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    GSS releases white paper

    2020-05-07T14:22:00Z

    Scottish technology firm Gas Sensing Solutions (GGS) has released an in-depth white paper study on incubators, to highlight how high-speed sensors can improve CO 2  response time for incubators.

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    CCS’ impact on water resources

    2020-05-07T08:30:00Z

    New research by Berkeley University of California suggests that carbon capture and storage (CCS) could stress water resources in about 43% of the world’s power plants where water scarcity is already a problem.

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    Cold Jet technology enabling safe transportation of medical equipment

    2020-05-07T08:22:00Z

    Technology from dry ice innovator Cold Jet is enabling safe transportation of vital medicine, laboratory tests and biomedical specimens during the coronavirus outbreak.