Carbon Dioxide (S2) – Page 9

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    CO2 mineralisation could lower cement emissions and boost profits


    A new study entitled ’Towards a business case for CO2 mineralisation in the cement industry’ revealed that – through techno-economic modelling - the notoriously hard-to-abate cement industry could see a reduction in carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) emissions and additional profit by incorporating CO2 mineralisation.

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    Carbon capture using waste plastic


    A team of researchers from Korea University have published a paper which could help accelerate development of novel carbon capture technologies while helping reduce waste plastic.


    ColdJet's dry ice growth drivers


    Session 4 of gasworld’s ’Global CO2 Summit 2022’ virtual event was attended by guest speaker Dietmar Juchmes – Director of Business Development & Sales at ColdJet, who discussed everything dry ice, from markets, potential, trends, and new solutions.

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    Mineralisation: An answer for CO2 emissions?


    As global industry attempts to decarbonise its energy-intensive processes such as cement manufacture, could the key to decarbonisation lie in the rocks beneath our feet?


    Atlas Copco: CO2 recovery and compression


    To accelerate the reduction of CO2 emissions, scaling-up of the relevant technology through increased commercialisation is a necessity. As the Global Product Manager for High Pressure Gases & Services at Atlas Copco, Alfonso Peschiera has first-hand experience in supplying solutions to the CO2 market, specifically in the sector of compression.

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    Net Zero: carbon capture and green steel


    The journey towards the fabled Net Zero can only be achieved by developing and advancing technologies that will help reduce Scope 1 emissions – a task being undertaken by Andreas Drescher – Programme Manager for Carbon Reduction at RHI Magnesita, who spoke at gasworld’s ’Europe CO2 Summit 2020’ virtual event.

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    Path to 2030: SES' post-combustion carbon capture


    As the world shifts toward an ever-greener energy environment, the circular nature of carbon capture, and storage (CCS) and carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) has taken centre stage.

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    CO2 in the beverage industry - challenges and pressure points


    The final guest from Session 2 of gasworld’s virtual ‘Europe CO2 Summit 2022’ event was Gary Robson - Head of Sales for Beverages at Unisensor and also Managing Director of Sure Purity.


    Pentair: advancing CO2 capture


    Joining gasworld for its ‘Europe CO2 Summit 2022’ was Henrik Lyhne – Global Sales Leader at Pentair Union Engineering (Pentair).

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    Biogenic CO2: the future of CO2 supply?


    With the increasing need to diversify CO2 supply and abate the potential for shortages, Session 2 of gasworld’s ‘Europe CO2 Summit 2022’ looked towards the future of industry, examining emerging supply chains and the importance of biogenic CO2, recovery methods, and carbon capture.

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    Ammonia: Major events tighten market, prices to ‘skyrocket’ further


    Crippled ammonia trade flows as a result of the war in Ukraine are placing further strain on the fertiliser supply chain and are expected to cause prices to skyrocket further. 

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    European Commission to speak at gasworld summit


    gasworld returns to Budapest, Hungary next month to deliver its Europe Industrial Gas Summit 2022, and will do so with the European Commission confirmed on the agenda.

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    Air Liquide boosted by French State for 200MW clean hydrogen project


    Industrial gases giant Air Liquide announced today (8th March) that it will see its Air Liquide Normand’Hy large-scale renewable hydrogen production project supported by the French State, boosting the country’s potential for becoming Europe’s hydrogen hub.

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    Técnicas Reunidas, Axens ink CCS deal


    Spanish engineering company Técnicas Reunidas has signed an agreement with France-based energy solutions expert Axens to install carbon capture and storage (CCS) facilities based on Axens’ CCS technology.

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    Germany’s first CO2 separation plant for cement production


    Cement plant operator Rohrdorfer is set to reduce the carbon footprint of its day-to-day operations following announcement of carbon dioxide (CO2) separation plant being built on-site.

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    New CCUS Hub platform launched to support carbon reduction


    The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) – a CEO-led initiative that aims to hasten the industry response to climate change – has launched The CCUS Hub, a web-based platform that helps identify carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) hubs on a global basis.

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    Neptune Energy aims to store more carbon than it emits by 2030


    Global E&P company Neptune Energy (Neptune) is accelerating its focus on net zero with the announcement today (3rd March) that it will store more carbon than is emitted from its operations and the use of its sold products by 2030.

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    CNG Fuels opens ‘world’s largest’ low-carbon refuelling station for HGVs


    The UK is set to accelerate its efforts to decarbonise heavy transport following the introduction of the world’s largest public access renewable biomethane refuelling station which opens today (3rd March) in Avonmouth, near Bristol.

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    Oilex updates on Medway Hub CCS UK project


    Energy company Oilex has provided an update on the proposed Medway Hub carbon capture and storage (CCS) project which aims to decarbonise coastal combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power stations in the UK.

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    Santos, COC2RC inks CCS deals with Korean firms


    Australian energy company Santos will collaborate with CO2CRC and three South Korean energy firms to accelerate development of carbon dioxide (CO2) storage facilities in Australia and other areas of the Asia Pacific (APAC region), including Bayu-Undan in Timor Leste.