All Carbon Dioxide articles – Page 12

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    US Senate supports CCUS and carbon removal technologies


    The US Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee yesterday held a hearing to examine the development and deployment of large-scale carbon management technologies in the US.

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    Maersk Drilling invests in carbon-neutral drilling technology


    Drilling rig operator Maersk Drilling has entered into an agreement to invest $1m in California-based Clean Energy Systems to help develop a new technology called Carbon-Negative Energy.

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    The Clinic releases 100% natural CO2-powered cannabis line


    The State of Colorado, Earthly Labs, Denver Beer Co., and The Clinic have concluded a pilot programme to capture waste CO2 at Denver Beer during the fermentation process, sells and delivers it to The Clinic’s cannabis grow operations and use it to stimulate cannabis plant growth.

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    US CO2 shortage: POET says some “ongoing allocation”


    POET Ethanol Products has been able to maintain a consistent supply of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) throughout the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic but says there is still  “ongoing allocation” in some geographical areas.

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    New carbon capture technique developed for power plants


    A new development in carbon capture technology could provide an efficient and inexpensive way for natural gas power plants to remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from flue emissions, a necessary step to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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    8 Rivers wins seven carbon capture grants


    8 Rivers Capital, a North Carolina-based firm focused on the innovation of sustainable, infrastructure-scale technologies, has been awarded seven US Department of Energy (DOE) grants worth over $30m to develop carbon capture technologies for clean electricity.

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    GSS presents technical engineering paper


    Gas Sensing Solutions (GSS) has released a new technical engineering paper demonstrating how power consumption in CO2 sensors can be minimised to reduce utility costs.

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    UK Government supports green recovery


    The UK Government has today announced £139m to cut emissions in heavy industry by supporting the transition from natural gas to clean hydrogen power and scaling up carbon capture and storage technologies.

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    Bayer launches carbon initiative for farmers


    Bayer has launched a new carbon initiative that will reward farmers in Brazil and the US for implementing carbon capture and sequestration technologies in order to help agriculture reduce its carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions.

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    Fluor awarded Californian CCS contract


    Fluor Corporation has been awarded a front-end engineering and design (FEED) contract for California Resources Corporation’s (CRC) carbon capture and sequestration project, Cal Capture, at Elk Hills Power Plant in Tupman, California.

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    Geological carbon storage project progresses


    Academics from the FLEXIS project are collaborating with the Central Mining Institute (GIG) and Polska Grupa Gornicza (PGG) and Helmholtz Zentrum Potsdam Deutschesgeoforschungszentrum (GFZ), to establish an underground research observatory to unlock the potentials of using European coal reserves for carbon storage.

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    ESA approves Norwegian CCS project


    The European Free Trade Association (EFTA) Surveillance Authority has approved a Norwegian full-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) project to help Norway reduce its carbon footprint and meet the European goal of climate-neutrality by 2050.

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    Scottish brewer breaks ground on carbon capture facility


    Scottish brewer Tennent’s on Saturday broke ground on a new £2.6m carbon capture facility at Wellpark, near Glasgow.

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    Fears ease over CO2 shortages in US, some spot shortages


    Concerns of a carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) shortage in the US have eased among brewers but some areas are still experiencing spot shortages, according to Chuck Skypeck, Technical Brewing Projects Manager at the Brewers Association.

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    New carbon conversion initiative launched


    The Urban Future Lab at New York University-Tandon, Greentown Labs, and the Fraunhofer USA TechBridge Programme have launched the Carbon to Value Initiative (C2V Initiative).

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    Twence delivers LCO2 to greenhouse horticulture


    Twence has delivered what it says is the first liquid CO2 tanker to greenhouse horticulture.

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    UK Gov supports CO2 to animal feed project


    A Nottingham-based project that converts carbon dioxide into clean animal feed has received a £2m grant from the UK Government to generate clean, sustainable food for fish and poultry with an up to 75% smaller carbon footprint.

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    Japanese consortium to investigate carbon recycling technologies


    Nine Japanese companies have joined forces to create a Carbon Recycling Working Group that will use carbon capture and recycling technologies to help decarbonise the maritime industry.

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    Para-xylene production from recycled CO2


    The New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organisation (NEDO) has selected a newly formed consortium to develop a variety of technologies that produce para-xylene from recycled CO2.

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    FLECCS programme receives $11.5m


    The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced $11.5m in funding for 12 projects as part of Phase 1 of the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy’s (ARPA-E) FLExible Carbon Capture and Storage (FLECCS) programme.