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    MOF-based membranes to help upgrade biogas


    With biogas upgrading being limited by the amount of energy required by separation technologies such as cryogenic distillation or liquefaction, new methods involving Metal-Organic Framework (MOF)-based membrane technology are being considered.

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    Holcim, Cool Planet developing CO2 capture plant in Germany


    Sustainable technology company Cool Planet Technologies Limited (CPT) will push for decarbonisation efforts using membrane gas separation technology along with Holcim Deutschland GmbH (Holcim).

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    Wärtsilä, Solvang join forces to retrofit carrier with CCS


    System manufacturer Wärtsilä Exhaust Treatment (Wärtsilä) has partnered with Norwegian shipping company Solvang ASA (Solvang) to help decarbonise the shipping industry by agreeing to retrofit a carbon capture and storage (CCS) system on Solvang’s Clipper Eos ethylene carrier.

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    Evonik focuses on demand and scalability for SEPURAN tech


    The latest gasworld TV webinar, Air Gases Part 2, saw guest Jörg Balster, Director at Evonik, speak about Evonik’s membrane technology and its importance within both the industrial gas sector and its ‘real-world’ applications. He also delved into the company’s innovative SEPURAN membrane range and the importance of demand and ...

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    Carbon Re to receive £1m investment to slash CO2 with AI tech


    UK-based climate tech company Carbon Re is to receive a £1m cash injection to boost development of its artificial intelligence (AI) technology that aims to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

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    Hard-to-abate sectors show major interest in CCUS scale-up


    A report published by the UK’s largest carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) start-up, Carbon Clean, has revealed that a majority of executives in hard-to-abate sectors plan to use CCUS as a tool in their net zero emission armoury.

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    K LINE operates world’s first vessel-based CO2 capture plant


    Japanese shipping line Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (K LINE) has seen success with the first separation and capture of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the exhaust gas emitted from coal carrier ‘Corona Utiility’.

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    Aker, Viridor partnership could see £1bn UK CCUS investment


    A partnership between UK-based Aker Carbon Capture (Aker) and waste management company Viridor plans to accelerate carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS), potentially unleashing up to £1bn of private investment into the country.

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    UK Gov commits to hydrogen and CCS in landmark Net Zero Strategy


    The UK Government has today (Oct 19) reaffirmed its strong commitment to both hydrogen and carbon capture technologies, with the launch of a landmark Net Zero Strategy that is set to unlock £90bn ($124bn) of private investment by 2030 as the country strives to achieve net zero by 2050.

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    UK drives towards net zero target with first CCUS clusters announced ahead of COP26


    Following the Government’s Cluster Sequencing competition, two successful carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) clusters have been announced with a third selected as a reserve cluster.

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    TechnipFMC, Talos partner to explore CCS solutions


    Energy technology specialist TechnipFMC has joined forces with US-based Talos Energy (Talos) to develop solutions for carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects along the US Gulf Coast.

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    Chart, Ionada team up to decarbonise ship with CCUS tech


    Carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) projects for the shipping industry are at the heart of a new partnership between Chart Industries and exhaust gas cleaning systems company Ionada.

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    Work begins at British Columbia’s CO2-to-fuel plant


    Work has begun at British Columbia’s large-scale commercial facility which will produce transportation fuel out of atmosphere carbon dioxide (CO2) with Carbon Engineering’s direct air capture (DAC) technology.

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    Nippon Gases Italia invests in sustainability with new B.A.G. farm


    Industrial gas company Nippon Gases Italia, part of the Nippon Gases Europe group, has announced that it will launch a second ‘green’ bulk atmospheric gases (B.A.G.) farm in Caserta, Italy.

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    Linde Green zero carbon liquefied gases range launched by Linde


    As more industrial gas customers begin to take further measures to reduce their carbon footprints, gas giant Linde has announced the launch of its Linde Green range, which will provide carbon conscious customers with liquefied gases that have been produced through a zero-emission process.

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    US DOE boosts CCUS initiatives with $20m


    North America’s carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) industry has yet again received another financial boost from the US Department of Energy (US DOE) as it looks to contribute to the Biden-Harris Administration’s goal of net zero emissions by 2050.

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    Technip and Shell test improved carbon capture technology


    As carbon capture and storage (CCS) gains yet further traction amidst ongoing energy transition developments, engineering and technology company Technip Energies (Technip) has announced that improvements on the Cansolv CO2 Capture (Cansolv) technology, being jointly developed with Shell Catalysts & Technologies (Shell), are currently undergoing testing.

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    Navigator gets approval for carbon capture plans


    US carbon capture company Navigator CO2 Ventures (Navigator) has received approval for the Heartland Greenway, its proposed carbon capture pipeline system.

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    Climeworks to support Coldplay ahead of net-zero emissions tour


    Popular British band Coldplay will work with carbon capture specialist Climeworks to ensure an ‘at minimum’ net-zero carbon footprint world tour, with the company’s direct air capture (DAC) and storage selected as the main emission removal method.

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    UKCCSRC gets boost with Network+ funding scheme


    As COP26 nears and global industry begins to focus on discussing the mitigation of carbon emissions, carbon capture and storage (CCS) is quickly becoming a household term in the UK. This is mirrored with the announcement that leading UK carbon capture research organisation, the UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research ...