All Carbon Dioxide articles – Page 10

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    ASCO launches i-Series product line


    ASCO Carbon Dioxide has launched a new digital product line offering customers a wide range of services in the areas of remote access, remote data and remote management for dry ice plants of the i-Series line.

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    Low carbon projects receive financial boost


    The Carbon Capture, Utilisation, and Storage Centre, one of the MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI)’S Low-Carbon Energy Centres, has awarded $900,000 to two research projects aiming to advance technologies that avoid carbon emissions entering the atmosphere.

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    Geophysical survey progresses carbon storage project


    Work for a commercial-scale geological carbon dioxide storage complex near Gillette, Massachusetts, will next week progress with a geophysical survey covering approximately nine square miles of rural land around the Dry Fork Station power plant.

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    Boundary Dam CCS facility reports record month


    During July, SaskPower’s carbon capture and storage (CCS) facility at the Boundary Dam Power Station captured 75,503 tonnes of carbon dioxide, marking the facility’s most succesful month this year.

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    3D printed device enhances carbon capture


    The Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) researchers have developed a first-of-its-kind aluminium device that enhances the capture of CO2 emitted from fossil fuel plants and other industrial processes.

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    Calpine joins the Carbon Capture Coalition


    The Carbon Capture Coalition has welcomed Calpine Corporation as a Coalition Participant.

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    1PointFive launched to deploy DAC technology


    Oxy Low Carbon Ventures, a subsidiary of Occidental, and Rusheen Capital Management, a private equity firm, have formed a development company to finance and deploy Carbon Engineering’s large-scale direct air capture (DAC) technology.

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    $13.5m for direct air capture research


    The US Department of Energy (DOE) is awarding $13.5m to three national laboratory-led research projects aimed at achieving breakthroughs in the capture of carbon dioxide directly from ambient air.

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    CCSA applauds Government support for CCUS


    The Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA), a trade body for the Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) industry in the UK, has welcomed the Government’s publication of its response to the CCUS Business Models consultation.

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    Converting CO2 into useful fuels and chemicals


    A team of researchers at Brown University have found a method to efficiently convert carbon dioxide into complex hydrocarbon products by using a new catalyst that could help carbon recycling efforts.

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    BEIS publishes CCUS report


    The Department for Business, Energy Industrial Strategy has published a new report which identifies and assesses a range of high-level deployment options for industrial carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) technology.

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    Humber Cluster Plan commits to carbon capture technologies


    SSE Thermal is working with the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), membership organisation CATCH, and seven other businesses, to develop a comprehensive plan for the decarbonisation of the Humber region that will include carbon capture and hydrogen technologies.

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    Study: CCS to play a key role in decarbonising electricity grids


    A new study by The Brattle Group has assessed the cost-effectiveness of carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) for utilities to help meet decarbonisation goals, highlighting potential growth for the technology.

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    KGS partners to research underground storage of CO2


    For two decades, the Kansas Geological Survey (KGS) has been investigating the state’s subsurface geology and industrial infrastructure to determine the safety and viability of injecting carbon dioxide (CO2) from industrial sources into underground rock formations for long-term storage and hard to recover hard-to-reach oil.

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    Giga Metals provides carbon sequestration study update


    Giga Metals has provided an update for its carbon sequestration research programme, being carried out in conjunction with Dr. Greg Dipple of the University of British Columbia.

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    Anders Opedal to take over as Equinor CEO


    Norwegian multinational energy company Equinor has named Anders Opedal as its new President and CEO.

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    Xebec partners with CarbonQuest


    Xebec Adsorption has signed an exclusive partnership with CarbonQuest to reduce carbon emission in New York buildings through the deployment of its CO2 separation technology.

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    Air Products tests shelf life of reduced CO2 MAP


    Research conducted by Air Products has shown that the amount of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) used in Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) can be reduced to as low as 20% while still maintaining the ability to extend the shelf life of food products.

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    Turning carbon dioxide into liquid fuel


    US researchers have discovered a new electrocatalyst that converts carbon dioxide (CO2) and water into ethanol with very high energy efficiency, high selectivity for the desired final product and low cost.

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    Petrofac and Storegga partner on renewable energy


    Petrofac and Storegga Geotechnolgies have joined forces to collaborate on potential business development and project initiatives in carbon capture and storage (CCS), hydrogen and other low carbon projects.