Carbon Dioxide (S2) – Page 13

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    Waste-derived CO2 to be transformed into clean aviation fuels


    Waste management company LIPOR could see one of the first synthetic eFuel production units in Europe implemented at its Energy Recovery Plant located near Porto, Portugal.

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    Velocys joins Zero Carbon Humber


    UK-based sustainable fuels company Velocys is the latest addition to Zero Carbon Humber (ZCH) – a partnership between several UK energy and manufacturing companies that aims to capture at least 17m tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions per year.

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    Aker, Northern Lights join forces to boost carbon capture


    Sustainable solutions company Aker Carbon Capture (Aker) will collaborate with Norwegian carbon dioxide (CO2) reduction project developer Northern Lights JV (Northern Lights) to accelerate carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects in Norway and across Europe.

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    Major carbon sequestration hub plans unveiled for the Mississippi River


    Approximately 26,000 acres of the US’ Mississippi River industrial corridor is set to be home to future carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) projects as industry players look to slash emissions with new technologies.

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    Gas analysis in CO2 processes


    A perspective from APT from Italy’s APT on the imperative world of monitoring, re-using and safely handling CO2 (carbon dioxide).

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    Membrane gas separation for CCUS


    Cost-effective capture of CO2 emissions, as explained for gasworld by Stephen B. Harrison, Managing Director of sbh4 consulting.

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    Ammonia absorption refrigeration for CO2 liquefaction


    Stephen B. Harrison, Managing Director, sbh4 consulting, talks all things waste heat recovery for energy efficient CCS schemes for gasworld’s CO2 Issue.

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    CCUS potential in Vietnam


    Decarbonisation can bring opportunities for industrial gases, explains Stephen B. Harrison, Managing Director, sbh4 consulting.

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    Innovations in plastics manufacturing


    Part 1. Carbon dioxide flexes its muscle, as Paolo Kirchpfening, Global Commercialisation Linde Technologies, Plastics, and Andreas Praller, Global Technology Expert, Plastics, at Linde explain for gasworld. 

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    In focus…Food and beverage applications


    Think of aquaculture, and you’re unlikely to think of Sweden. The global hotspots for aquaculture are known to be dominated by the Asia-Pacific region, with China, Indonesia, India, Vietnam and Bangladesh comprising the top five countries for aquaculture production in 2016, according to reported data from the Food and Agriculture ...

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    The role of AI in CO2 safety


    The relentless advance of global industry is based on unerring progress and continual development. From the beginnings of the industrial revolution, a conveyor belt of new ideas has supplemented the growth of mass production technologies and the ever-increasing drive to manufacture products at unprecedented speed and scale.

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    Linde, GE strengthen carbon capture commitments in the US


    GE Gas Power, Southern Company, Linde, BASF and Kiewit are set to develop a detailed plan for integrating carbon capture technologies with a natural gas combined cycle plant to capture approximately 95% of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

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    Supercomputer simulates carbon capture and storage


    As global industry begins to distance itself from fossil fuels and opt for more sustainable alternatives, more emphasis is being placed upon the concept of carbon capture and storage (CCS).

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    Joint call to action for CO2 infrastructure in NW Europe


    Stakeholders from the Netherlands, Belgium and North-Rhine Westphalia have called on their respective national and regional governments to collaborate on implementing a carbon dioxide (CO2) transport and storage infrastructure that accelerates emission reduction across hard-to-abate industrial sectors.

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    Nippon Steel to reduce emissions with liquefied CO2 capture and transport


    Japanese steel manufacturer Nippon Steel will collaborate with carbon capture and storage (CCS) project developer deepC Store (deepC) to study the commercial potential for carbon capture, transport and storage of liquefied carbon dioxide (LCO2).

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    US DOE injects $19m into carbon utilisation opportunity


    The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced that it will make available up to $19m in federal funding for the advancement of technologies that utilise waste carbon to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

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    Swedish shipping firm signs new biogas deal


    Shipping company Furetank is set to boost the potential for fossil-free shipping following an agreement signed with Ekilstuna Biogas which will see development of a new biogas plant capable of producing around 5,000 tonnes of liquefied biogas (LBG) per year.

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    Eni UK sees ‘major breakthrough’ for carbon capture


    Energy company Eni UK announced that as of 9th February it had reached agreements with 19 companies interested in carbon capture and storage (CCS) as part of the HyNet North West project.

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    European CO2 Summit: Now virtual for 2022


    Due to recent developments regarding Covid-19, its impact across Europe and on international travel, gasworld has reshaped its Europe CO2 Summit 2022 event, which will now take place virtually on 9th March.

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    bp to focus on bioenergy as part of net zero ambition


    Having released its full year results for 2021, energy giant bp has provided updates on its strategic transformation into an integrated energy company and its acceleration of net zero ambitions.