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    MHIENG supplies carbon capture tech to Italy


    Group company of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), MHI Engineering, Ltd. (MHIENG) will license its proprietary KM CDR Process carbon capture technology and the process design package (PDP) to Italy’s first carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) project.

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    Nucor to trial carbon capture technology in Kentucky


    Nucor Steel Gallatin will test a new carbon dioxide (CO2) capture system at its Kentucky site as part of a new partnership with the University of Kentucky Research Foundation.


    Webinar - CO2: Utilisation and Innovation


    One of the most hotly contested talking points in the global discussion around carbon dioxide (CO2) reduction has revolved around the potential usages of CO2. Innovations in areas such as carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) have seen companies develop new ways of decarbonising hard-to-abate manufacturing sectors such as steel, ...

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    CEMEX invests in Carbon Upcycling Technologies for decarbonised cement production


    CEMEX Ventures is expanding in the sustainable concrete space, having announced an investment in Canadian carbon utilisation and grinding technologies company Carbon Upcycling Technologies.

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    Peel NRE announces large-scale CO2 network at Protos


    Peel NRE, group company of energy firm Peel L&P, has revealed plans for its Protos carbon dioxide (CO2) network, a project that could capture 800,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year.

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    Carbon-neutral alcohol just got bigger and better


    Air Company, the firm behind the world’s first alcoholic beverage made directly from carbon dioxide (CO2), is going to ramp up the production of its carbon-neutral vodka with a brand-new state-of-the-art factory that will feature its largest commercial-scale carbon utilisation system.

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    HOYER sets new milestones for environmental and safety pillars


    Family-run bulk logistics solutions company HOYER Group (HOYER) has defined new sustainability targets to accelerate its aim to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 2025.

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    Innovations in plastic manufacturing


    Part 2. Carbon dioxide in action, by Paolo Kirchpfening, Global Commercialisation Linde Technologies, Plastics and Andreas Praller Global Technology Expert, Plastics, Linde.

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    Baker Hughes invests in ‘next generation’ CO2 capture tech


    Energy technology company Baker Hughes is accelerating development and scaling of its ‘next generation’ carbon dioxide (CO2) capture technology following the acquisition of low-carbon solutions provider Mosaic Materials (Mosaic).

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    INOXCVA wins Caribbean LNG supply deal


    India-based cryogenic equipment and solutions provider INOXVA has been awarded a contract for design, engineering, and supply by Caribbean LNG for a mini liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving and regasification terminal to be established in Antigua, West Indies.

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    ExxonMobil explores Australia CCS potential


    US energy giant ExxonMobil is undertaking initial design studies to explore the potential for carbon capture and storage (CCS) off the coast of Victoria, Australia.

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    Messer focuses on beverage grade CO2 and nitrogen support


    In an effort to safeguard product quality and maintain security of beverage grade carbon dioxide (CO2) supply, Messer will highlight its beverage grade gas capabilities at BevTech 2022.

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    Carbon Clean recognised by Bloomberg for decarbonisation efforts


    Carbon Clean has been recognised for its decarbonisation efforts, having been selected as a 2022 Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) Pioneer.

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    Captured CO2, biomass and carbon-neutral fuels


    One of the big topics of recent years for the gases industry and society alike has been carbon dioxide (CO2) and specifically, how we deal with it in the context of decarbonisation and sustainability.

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    Stripe, Alphabet, Meta collaborate to scale-up carbon removal


    Five of the world’s largest big tech firms have committed $925m (£700m) to purchase captured carbon between now and 2030 – an investment that marks a milestone in the scaling up of carbon removal technologies.

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    Carburos Metálicos receives official visit for 125th anniversary


    Leading industrial and medical gases company Carburos Metálicos (Carburos) – part of the Air Products Group – received a visit from the Secretary of Business and Competitiveness of the Generalitat de Catalunya, Albert Castellanos at the company’s El Morell plant in Tarragona.

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    UK energy strategy welcomed by Centre of Energy Transition


    Director of the University of Aberdeen’s Centre of Energy Transition, Professor John Underhill, has welcome the UK Government’s publication of a new energy strategy, stating that it presents a ‘holistic approach’ to sustainability.

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    Xebec inks carbon capture deal with Summit Carbon Solutions


    Xebec Adsorption is expanding in the carbon capture space, having inked a $113.5m contract with Iowa-based SCS Carbon Removal, a subsidiary of Summit Carbon Solutions, for key technology and equipment.

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    Climeworks advances direct air capture with $650m equity funding


    Carbon dioxide (CO2) removal specialist Climeworks is set to scale up its pioneering direct air capture (DAC) technology following its signing of an equity round worth CHF 600m ($650m).

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    CCSA welcomes Government’s CCUS and hydrogen strategy


    Trade body for the UK’s carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) industry, the Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA), has reacted to a strategy laid out by the UK Government that lays out its commitments to accelerate deployment of low-carbon energy sources.