All CCS articles – Page 2

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    Thai energy firm to develop country’s first CCS project


    PTT Exploration and Production, one of Thailand’s biggest energy companies, has moved one step closer to the development of the country’s first carbon capture and storage (CCS) project.

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    C-Capture wins £1.7m funding to advance net zero


    UK-based carbon capture specialist C-Capture has been awarded £1.7m in funding from the BEIS (Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy) £1bn Net Zero Innovation Portfolio (NZIP).

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    Carbon Clean wins UK Govt carbon capture funding


    Leading UK-based carbon capture solutions provider Carbon Clean has been awarded a government innovation grant alongside its two partners – Doosan Babcock and Newcastle University – for the testing of two technologies that could reduce the cost of carbon capture.

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    Green graphene pioneer Levidian joins Hydrogen UK


    UK climate-tech company Levidian is advancing its hydrogen ambitions after becoming a member of Hydrogen UK – a group of businesses focused on the scaling up and adoption of hydrogen across the country.

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    CCS project aims to clean up Sweden’s cement sector


    An ambitious carbon capture and storage (CCS) project at a Swedish cement plant could help the country achieve carbon-neutral cement production in the country by 2030.

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    New carbon capture method 99% efficient


    A new direct air capture (DAC) carbon capture technology being developed by researchers at Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan is claimed to be 99% efficient at removing the harmful gas from the atmosphere when at low concentrations.

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    Energy deal aims to scale up Oman's CCUS industry


    Two leading Middle East energy companies are collaborating to study the potential for carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) in Oman.

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    Worley to integrate Shell’s carbon capture tech with Humber Refinery


    Industrial engineering solutions specialist Worley has been awarded a contract to integrate Shell’s carbon capture technology – CANSOLV – into Phillips 66 Humber Refinery in the UK.

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    Pertamina, ExxonMobil to advance carbon capture tech for oil and gas fields


    A partnership between two of the world’s biggest energy companies will attempt to accelerate carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) for the oil and gas industry in Indonesia.

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    MZT to scale up carbon capture with $5m investment


    UK-based carbon capture company MZT is using a $5m investment to support the delivery of pilot plant capable of capturing 120 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) per year, in addition to the scaling up of its R&D activities and business operations.

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    Carbon Clean hits $150m in ‘largest ever’ funding round


    Leading UK carbon capture solutions provider Carbon Clean is one step closer to reaching its goal of delivering gigatonne-scale decarbonisation for hard-to-abate industries by the mid-2030s following a US$150m funding round.

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    GIDARA, OCAP granted €110m CO2 capture subsidy


    Biofuel specialist GIDARA Energy and Linde Gas subsidiary OCAP have been granted a sustainable energy transition subsidy scheme (SDE++) worth up to €110m euro for carbon capture and distribution at the Advanced Methanol Amsterdam (AMA) facility in the Netherlands.

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    Aker begin building modular carbon capture plant in the Netherlands


    Norway-based Aker Carbon Capture has commenced construction of a modular carbon capture plant at a waste-to-energy plant operated by waste management company Twence.

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    Drax to ‘shape the future’ of carbon capture with new tech


    UK energy company Drax is advancing the scope of its pioneering carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology through a trial that is part of the company’s bioenergy with CCS (BECCS) innovation programme.

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    Air Liquide, Lhoist ink deal to decarbonise Dunkirk lime industry


    The notoriously hard-to-abate lime industry in France’s Dunkirk area is set to undergo a decarbonisation drive following a deal signed between Air Liquide and lime producer Lhoist, which aims to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions at France’s largest lime production plant located in the Hauts-de-France region by more than 600,000 ...

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    UK to advance carbon storage potential


    A partnership between three leading UK authorities aims to help meet the UK reach its carbon storage targets of 20-30 million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions per year by 2030, and over 50 million tonnes by 2035.


    Webinar - CO2: Utilisation and Innovation


    One of the most hotly contested talking points in the global discussion around carbon dioxide (CO2) reduction has revolved around the potential usages of CO2. Innovations in areas such as carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) have seen companies develop new ways of decarbonising hard-to-abate manufacturing sectors such as steel, ...

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    Peel NRE announces large-scale CO2 network at Protos


    Peel NRE, group company of energy firm Peel L&P, has revealed plans for its Protos carbon dioxide (CO2) network, a project that could capture 800,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year.

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    Low-cost, low-carbon hydrogen production


    Oxygen for in-situ underground gasification of wet crude reserves, by Stephen B. Harrison, Managing Director, sbh4 consulting.

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    Baker Hughes invests in ‘next generation’ CO2 capture tech


    Energy technology company Baker Hughes is accelerating development and scaling of its ‘next generation’ carbon dioxide (CO2) capture technology following the acquisition of low-carbon solutions provider Mosaic Materials (Mosaic).