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    Biomethane could help the UK ‘level up’ its low carbon agenda


    Speaking at the 2021 Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) National Conference on 14th December, Lord Callanan reiterated just how beneficial biomethane could become when decarbonising and ‘levelling up’ the UK economy.

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    Could the UK become a global leader in the energy transition?


    Following a COP26 event met with a lukewarm reception by many, international focus on the importance of reducing harmful emissions for industrial sectors has magnified. As coal is slowly phased out, the UK energy transition will require further investment to support scaling up of alternative energy technologies such as carbon ...

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    US CO2 supply: is the situation improving?


    Tightening in supply or shortages of supply of carbon dioxide (CO2) have blighted some companies this year and impacted customers in the food and beverage industry.

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    Cold comfort


    For American Carbonation Corporation Vice-President of Operations Daniel Koerner, each day presents a puzzle of how he will put the pieces of a broken supply chain together to keep customers provided with CO2. Amid increasing demand for CO2 and dry ice, Koerner and his American Carbonation colleagues have been contending ...

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    Seltzers driving renewed demand


    In the developed world markets, such as North America, Europe, and Japan, carbon dioxide (CO2) usage in the food and beverage sector is the largest combined consumption for the commodity. More specifically, these two sectors generally represent around 70% of all merchant usage in the developed economies. In the developing ...

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    Putting the fizz into business


    The beverage industry is always developing new ways to satisfy our thirst. As the equipment used to dispense and distribute our favorite beverages is constantly evolving, it can be a challenge to keep up with industry trends and technology.

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    Why measure CO2 in HVAC applications?


    Ensuring sufficient air quality is a vital part of creating a healthy indoor air environment and living space.

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    Brewing the green way


    What do Country Boy Brewing’s Cougar Bait American Blond, Shotgun Wedding Vanilla Brown Ale, Cliff Jumper IPA and Halfway Home Pale Ale all have in common? They’re all now being produced in an environmentally friendly way with the implementation of carbon capture technology courtesy of Earthly Labs.

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    Protecting food from spoilage


    Food producers know that today’s consumers want fresh products that are minimally processed but also have long shelf life. To achieve this, the industry is increasingly relying on modified atmosphere packaging (MAP), which uses gases to control and slow oxidation of fresh food.

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    Support for family-run brewery


    For over 200 years ago, a renowned brewer and his family have been brewing and distributing award-winning beers, growing the business in a unique, slightly old-fashioned way.

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    Shell to use CANSOLV CO2 technology at Deer Park Energy Center


    An energy centre in Texas, US, will adopt energy giant Shell Catalysts & Technologies (Shell) CANSOLV carbon dioxide (CO2) technology for post-combustion CO2 capture.

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    MAN Energy Solutions to boost low-carbon cement production with compressor tech


    German company MAN Energy Solutions (MAN) is to supply its patented ‘Carbon Capture Heat Recovery’ system to HeidelbergCement Norcem (HeidelbergCement) to help lower emissions in its cement manufacture process.

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    Calpine Texas CCUS awards major FEED study for carbon capture work


    Shell Catalysts & Technology has been awarded a front-end engineering design (FEED) contract from Calpine Texas CCUS for a post-combustion carbon dioxide (CO2) capture facility – and it’s believed to be one of the largest CO2 capture FEED studies ever awarded.

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    CarbonCure celebrates milestone moments for decarbonised concrete


    Sharing a landmark moment, Canadian carbon dioxide (CO2) removal company CarbonCure today (16th Dec) confirmed that its 500th carbon mineralisation system has been sold to one of its visionary concrete producer partners.

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    UPS surpasses one billion vaccine deliveries with help of dry ice


    UPS has surpassed delivery of one billion Covid-19 vaccine doses – and used more than three million pounds of dry ice to help safely move the vaccines.

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    gasworld at 200: The stories that defined a century of magazines


    Rob Cockerill reflects on the most popular stories and hottest topics from Issue 100-200, from a mega-merger of equals to a world-changing pandemic.

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    Drax to inject £40m in ‘world’s largest’ carbon capture project


    UK-based energy company Drax Group (Drax) is to kickstart the next phase of its bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) project at its North Yorkshire power station with capital investments of around £40m.

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    GAS LAB Asia


    Having over 60 years of research-backed, proven technical expertise, GAS LAB delivers application-oriented solutions for industrial gases, customised for each project.

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    bp accelerates UK carbon capture potential


    Energy giant bp has advanced its UK power and carbon capture potential following the awarding of two engineering contracts to participants in bp’s Front End Engineering Design (FEED) competition for the Net Zero Teesside Power (NZT Power) project and the Northern Endurance Partnership’s (NEP) carbon compression infrastructure in Teesside.

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    Svante, Kiewit to explore US carbon capture agreement


    Carbon capture technology developer Svante will partner with Kiewit, one of the US’s largest construction organisations, to decarbonise industry through carbon capture projects.