All CCUS articles – Page 12

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    News

    Consortium formed for North Sea CCUS project

    2020-05-29T14:17:00Z

    A consortium of Belgian and Dutch companies have set up a new project that will investigate the feasibility of carbon capture and storage (CCUS) at the North Sea Port in 2025.

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    [email protected] investigates potential for halving CO2 emissions

    2020-05-28T11:20:00Z

    A project aiming to reduce the Port of Antwerp’s CO2 emissions has taken the next steps.

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    MAN technology to support CCUS Project

    2020-05-26T12:13:00Z

    MAN Energy Solutions has been awarded a contract for the engineering of three RG compressor trains for a carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) project in the Netherlands.

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    News

    Gamechanging CCS technology in the climate change battle

    2020-05-26T10:00:00Z

    If the world is to meet the Paris Agreement and all energy-related sustainable development goals, roughly 2,000 carbon capture and storage (CCS) facilities need to be operating by 2040, delivering 7% of cumulative emissions reductions.

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    Contract awarded for North Dakota CCUS project

    2020-05-20T08:51:00Z

    Fluor Corporation has been awarded the front-end engineering and design (FEED) for Minnkota Power Cooperative’s project Tundra, a carbon capture, utilisation and storage retrofit project at the Milton Young Station in Centre, North Dakota.

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    Industry welcomes Australia’s CCS commitment

    2020-05-19T10:30:00Z

    The Global CCS Institute, CO2CRC and Carbon Market Institute have today spoken out on the Australian Government’s plans to accelerate the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS).

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    Costain supports UK’s net zero journey

    2020-04-30T09:32:00Z

    Construction engineering company Costain has said it will play important roles in both the South Wales and Scotland Clusters to help the UK achieve net zero emissions by 2050 as part of the Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge.

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    News

    Report: Policy design to finance US CCUS projects

    2020-04-29T09:47:00Z

    A new report from Columbia University’s Centre on Global Energy Policy has predicted which policy configurations would incentivise widespread deployment of carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) in the US electric generation industry.

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    DNV GL approves carbon capture technology

    2020-04-29T08:27:00Z

    Quality assurance and risk management company DNV GL has approved technology for a full-scale demonstration project in Norway to remove carbon emissions at a cement plant.

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    $131m for CCUS technologies

    2020-04-24T15:46:00Z

    The US Department of Energy’s Office and Fossil Energy has today announced up to $131m for carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) research and development (R&D) projects.

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    Scotland’s decarbonisation ambitions get cash boost from UK Gov

    2020-04-17T07:32:00Z

    Two Scottish decarbonisation projects have been boosted by UK Government funding to further their work on CO2 reduction.

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    CQC and Total partner to advance CCUS technologies

    2020-04-09T15:26:00Z

    Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) has entered into a multi-year partnership with Total S.A. to develop quantum algorithms and quantum computing solutions for advanced carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) technologies.

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    Red Trail Energy CCS project progresses

    2020-03-12T11:23:00Z

    Red Trail Energy will begin the drilling of a stratigraphic well, designed to be permitted as a Class VI injection well and used to sequester carbon dioxide (CO2) from the company’s ethanol plant in Richardton, North Dakota.

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    New consortium to develop Net Zero Teesside project

    2020-03-02T10:56:00Z

    BP, Eni, Equinor, Shell, Total and BP have formed a consortium to accelerate the development of the Net Zero Teesside project, previously known as the Clean Gas Project.

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    ADNOC expands CCUS programme

    2020-02-27T15:48:00Z

    Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) is significantly expanding its carbon capture usage and storage programme (CCUS) in order to build its position as one of the least carbon-intensive oil and gas producers globally.

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    CO2CRC project shares findings

    2020-02-21T16:49:00Z

    The Otway Stage 2C project, a research project of CO2CRC, has released findings from its underground carbon capture and storage (CCUS) project.

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    Features

    Dynamics of the CO2 business – then and now

    2020-02-05T06:00:00Z

    Recovering carbon dioxide (CO2) from various feedgas sources such as syngas, flue gas or a natural source are well-known technologies, introduced to the market more than 150 years ago.

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    Eni and ADNOC to collaborate on CCUS technologies

    2020-01-20T14:22:00Z

    Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and Eni have formed a partnership to develop advanced solutions for the reduction, capture, usage or confinement of CO2 emissions.

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    Toshiba delivers CO2 capture test plant

    2020-01-02T13:02:00Z

    Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation (Toshiba ESS) has delivered a CO2 capture test plant for carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) to Asahi Quality & Innovations (AQI).

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    2019 in Review: Cambridge Carbon Capture

    2019-12-18T14:00:00Z

    If Cambridge Carbon Capture CEO Michael Evans had one thing on his bucket list for the gas industry, it would be to invest heavily in infrastructure and technology necessary to convert natural gas to hydrogen and then convert the distribution system to transport hydrogen, he tells gasworld.