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    UK Govt must advance climate repair tech says industry leader


    Decarbonisation developer Storegga has called for the UK Government to accelerate development of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies in response to a government consultation over the UK Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS).

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    CO2Meter accelerates growth ambitions with new facility


    CO2Meter will this summer move into a brand-new 20,000 square foot facility as it looks to grow production and warehousing capabilities, increase office space and boost training and service offerings.

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    Honeywell, EnLink target US Gulf Coast with CCS solutions


    More work is being done in the US Gulf Coast to slash carbon emissions, with Honeywell and EnLink Midstream unveiling plans to jointly deliver carbon capture solutions for industrial-scale carbon dioxide (CO2) emitters in the area.

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    CO2: Major UK fertiliser plant to permanently close


    As natural gas prices continue to skyrocket, CF Fertilisers (CFF) - one of the UK’s largest fertiliser production companies - has announced that it will permanently close its Ince manufacturing facility near Chester.

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    Navigator to provide CCUS solutions to 18 POET facilities


    Navigator CO2 Ventures will integrate its carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) technology at 18 POET facilities across Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota, as part of a new deal that will see five million metric tonnes of biogenic CO2 captured, transported and stored annually.

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    Mitsubishi Heavy Industries advances ‘Mission Net Zero’ with CO2 capture


    Two group companies of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd (MHI) will advance its mission to achieve net zero emissions with the company’s first project that aims to capture carbon dioxide (CO2) from gas engine flue gas.

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    Direct air capture facility roll-outs boosted by new deployment approach


    1PointFive and Carbon Engineering are looking to accelerate the roll-out of direct air capture (DAC) facilities with a new deployment approach that is set to standardise the design of plants to deliver complete and operationally ready facilities to local partners.

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    Royal Mail pledges net zero emission target by 2040


    UK postal services provider Royal Mail has today (6th June) published its ‘Steps to Zero’ plan, a four-step journey that aims to reduce the organisation’s emissions to net zero by 2040.

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    Vault CCS to expand project portfolio in North America


    Vault CCS is looking to expand its carbon capture and storage (CCS) project pipeline across North America, having received an investment from Grey Rock Investment Partners.

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    Consortium to explore CCS potential in British Columbia


    A newly formed project has set out to assess carbon capture and storage (CCS) potential in Northeast British Columbia, Canada, as part of the province’s plans to grow both its low-carbon energy and CCS sectors.

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    WATCH: Direct air capture documentary


    WATCH: Direct air capture (DAC) is widely seen as an answer to lowering the planets level of carbon dioxide (CO2) - one of the bullets in the decarbonisation gun.

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    Carbon Clean wins UK Govt carbon capture funding


    Leading UK-based carbon capture solutions provider Carbon Clean has been awarded a government innovation grant alongside its two partners – Doosan Babcock and Newcastle University – for the testing of two technologies that could reduce the cost of carbon capture.

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    Is CCUS a cost adder or growth opportunity for industrial gases? Stephen B. Harrison, Managing Director of sbh4 consulting, discusses the different sides of this discussion in cryogenics.

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    Green graphene pioneer Levidian joins Hydrogen UK


    UK climate-tech company Levidian is advancing its hydrogen ambitions after becoming a member of Hydrogen UK – a group of businesses focused on the scaling up and adoption of hydrogen across the country.

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    CCS project aims to clean up Sweden’s cement sector


    An ambitious carbon capture and storage (CCS) project at a Swedish cement plant could help the country achieve carbon-neutral cement production in the country by 2030.

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    World Biogas Summit 2022 aims to advance biogas adoption


    Following last year’s virtual event, the World Biogas Association (WBA) is hosting its 2022 Summit, a multi-layered exhibition featuring expert discussion around the challenges and potential of all things biogas, biomethane, and anaerobic digestion (AD).

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    Shell Australia’s Crux project to address growing LNG demand


    To help meet the growing global demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG), a project being developed by Shell Australia Pty Ltd (Shell Australia) and SGH Energy aims to supply natural gas to the existing Prelude floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility off the coast of Western Australia.

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    New carbon capture method 99% efficient


    A new direct air capture (DAC) carbon capture technology being developed by researchers at Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan is claimed to be 99% efficient at removing the harmful gas from the atmosphere when at low concentrations.


    Hydrogen: Markets Reimagined


    The ongoing ‘green’ transition has shifted the focus of industry towards more sustainable forms of energy provision, eschewing conventional fossil-based fuels and adopting cleaner alternatives such as green and blue hydrogen.

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    New CO2 pipeline safety measures announced in the US


    New measures are set to be implemented across the US to increase the safety of carbon dioxide (CO2) pipelines to protect communities from pipeline failures.