Carbon Dioxide (S2) – Page 19

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    Harbour Energy granted carbon storage license


    To help boost global efforts to reach net zero greenhouse emissions by 2050, the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has awarded UK company Harbour Energy a license to store captured carbon dioxide (CO2) in geological formations in an area of the southern North Sea.

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    UK CO2 industry strikes deal to avoid shortages


    The UK carbon dioxide (CO2) industry has struck a deal to ensure supplies to businesses, including those in the food processing sector, and avoid CO2 shortages.

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    Five-week CCS online course to run alongside COP26


    Ahead of international climate conference COP26 experts at the University of Edinburgh have announced they will begin the fifth run of its carbon capture and storage (CCS) online course.

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    Webinar: Air Gases, Part 1


    In Part 1 of a two-part gasworld TV webinar series, sponsored by Evonik, air gases were the main topic of discussion. Forming the ‘backbone’ of the industrial gas sector, oxygen nitrogen, argon, and air separation units (ASUs) form an integral part of not just industry, but are also key to ...

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    Wärtsilä aims to lower CO2 in ‘world’s first’ ammonia conversion collaboration


    Technology group Wärtsilä is joining forces with Norwegian ship owner Eidesvik Offshore ASA (Eidesvik) to convert an offshore supply vessel (OSV) to operate with an ammonia-fuelled combustion engine.

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    Chart receives $5m funding by DOE for carbon capture tech


    US-based industrial gas equipment manufacturer Chart Industries has been awarded $4,999,875 by the US Department of Energy (DOE) for its Sustainable Energy Solutions Cryogenic Carbon Capture (CCC) technology.

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    Drax to showcase BECCS tech at global summit


    UK-based renewable energy company Drax is one of 12 ‘green’ companies selected to partake in the UK Government’s Global Investment Summit taking place 19th October (this year).

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    ExxonMobil strengthens carbon capture commitments


    ExxonMobil has reaffirmed its strong commitment for low carbon solutions, having today (6th Oct) increased its participation in the Acorn carbon capture project located in Scotland, UK.

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    LNG ‘key partner’ during energy transition, says leaders


    In the face of global gas shortages, leading figures in the international energy sector praised the virtues of liquefied natural gas (LNG) during the energy transition, labelling it a ‘key partner’ to renewables.

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    RMI report explores CO2 reduction in China’s steel industry


    A report released by RMI (Rocky Mountain Institute) that explored the feasibility of the decarbonisation of China’s steel industry revealed that, by reducing demand and switching to low-carbon alternatives, the manufacturing giant could ‘transform’ its steel manufacturing industry.

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    Japan industry promotes CCS in Australia


    As part of its ‘Carbon Neutral Initiative’, the Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) is to work alongside Mitsui E&P Australia Pty Ltd (MEPAU) to support low carbon hydrogen and ammonia projects through carbon capture and storage (CCS) in Western Australia.

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    CarbonCure joins forces with Astec to decarbonise concrete manufacturing


    As momentum for carbon reduction technologies continue to accelerate, CarbonCure Technologies has today (1stOct) announced a new partnership with Astec Industries to scale its low-carbon concrete tech worldwide.

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    Europe’s first large-scale blue ammonia facility moves forward


    Energy companies Equinor, Horisont Energy, and Vår Energy are to collaborate on Europe’s first large-scale blue ammonia production facility, Barents Blue, located in Northern Norway.

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    Australia to award CCS projects with carbon credits


    The Australian Government will become the first national government to award carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects with carbon credits that are intended to offset emissions.

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    COP26 – hydrogen, carbon dioxide, methane and more


    As the clock ticks down to COP26 next month, Stephen B. Harrison explores how an exponential trajectory calls for urgent action – and how there will be far reaching implications for industrial gases and energy gases.

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    Wintershall Dea explore pipeline repurposing for CO2 transport


    European gas and oil company Wintershall Dea is working with OTH Regensburg University of Applied Sciences to assess the possibility that existing natural gas pipelines in the North Sea could be repurposed for transporting liquid carbon dioxide (CO2).

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    Australia to ‘turbocharge’ CCUS tech


    As Governments and industry worldwide further commit to lower carbon emissions ahead of net zero 2030 and 2050 targets, Australia has given its efforts a major boost following a $250m cash injection into the development of commercial-scale carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) projects across the country.

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    Shell to use BASF Sorbead tech for CCS


    Major player in the energy industry Shell is to incorporate catalyst expert BASF’s Sorbead Adsorption Technology into its carbon reduction plan following a collaborative partnership.

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    Equinor and Rosneft join forces to reduce carbon footprint


    Building on their existing strategic partnership, Norwegian Equinor will work together with Russian energy company Rosneft to develop low carbon solutions for their joint projects based in Russia.

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    CSIRO partners with major players for Australia CCUS hub development


    To further reduce Australia’s carbon emissions and stimulate the growth of sustainable industry, Australia’s national science agency CSIRO has collaborated with the Northern Territory Government and industry to explore the potential for a large-scale low emissions carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) hub outside of Darwin.