All Carbon Dioxide articles – Page 9

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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.

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    UK Govt reveals £375m support package to strengthen energy security


    The UK Government has launched a £375m support package consisting of funding for innovative energy technologies that aim to strengthen the nation’s energy security.

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    Pressures ease on CO2 sources


    The carbon dioxide (CO2) industry relies mostly on by-product sources, the largest sector from fermentation which relies in turn on the gasoline market. Also, by-product from ammonia and reformer operations are two additional major by-product sectors.

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    Energy transitions – putting carbon in its place


    MicroSeismic, Inc. (MSI) was founded in 2003 with a mission to bring passive seismic technology to the oilfield. Our vision was to apply the technology to issues such as wellbore stability, monitoring of carbon capture (CO2) sequestration, development of enhanced geothermal systems, induced seismicity by disposal wells, hydrocarbon production, and ...

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    Challenges and opportunities for cannabis industry


    For the last few years, there has been a great deal of excitement surrounding medically available options from the cannabis industry. Further, it becomes more obvious and impressive to find the number of locations where legal cannabis products are offered, many of which are controlled under the auspices of recreational ...

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    Cannabis: Still the biggest opportunity for CO2 in the US


    The growth of the cannabis market is the biggest expansion in the carbon dioxide (CO2) business in recent years and still the biggest area of opportunity going forward, according to Josh Pringle, Vice-President of Business Development and Operations for CO2 Meter.

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    CO2GRO: Enriching protected growth with a ‘magic’ CO2 mist


    In the US, the food and beverage sector continues to be the greatest user of carbon dioxide (CO2), according to Maura Garvey of Intelligas Consulting. Whether used for creating a fizz in your favorite tipple, creating suitable food packaging environment or utilized for agricultural purposes, demand for the widely used ...

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    CCG, Kent join forces to advance green transition


    Geoscience technology company CGG has signed an agreement with energy services engineering firm Kent to drive forward the emerging transition through the development of decarbonisation opportunities.

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    New IPCC report underscores ‘critical’ role of carbon capture in meeting climate goals


    In a report released yesterday, April 5th, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reaffirmed the importance of carbon capture and removal in meeting 2050 climate goals as set out by the Paris Agreement.

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    Green partnership aims to develop 1000km CO2 transport network across Europe


    Leading transmission system operator OGE is working with green hydrogen company Tree Energy Solutions (TES) on the installation of a carbon dioxide (CO2) transport pipeline which will be re-used in a circular closed-loop system as a carrier to transport green hydrogen to be used in other industries.

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    GAWDA SMC: CO2 opportunity will exceed supply


    Brad Dunn, Executive Vice-President of CK Supply, this morning told GAWDA Spring Management Conference (SMC) attendees that “allocations, surcharges and delivery delays may become more common in the carbon dioxide (CO2) market, and that opportunity is going to exceed supply.”