All CCUS articles – Page 13

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    Consortium formed to study CCUS in Belgium


    Air Liquide, BASF, Borealis, INEOS, ExxonMobil, Fluxys, Port of Antwerp and Total have signed an agreement for the development of CCUS infrastructure at the Port of Antwerp in Belgium.

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    Global CCS welcomes European Green Deal


    The Global CCS Institute has welcomed the European Green Deal which highlights the important role of carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) as a breakthrough technology in helping achieve a climate neutral Europe by 2050.

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    SCCS wins funding


    Scientists from across the Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage (SCCS) partnership have won a combined European funding total of €14.6m for five three-year projects.

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    Scotland’s carbon reduction ambitions move forward


    A new alliance of industry, academics and government will today officially launch a programme to deliver industrial decarbonisation in Scotland through the deployment of the UK’s first carbon capture, usage and storage technology.

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    North Sea shows CCUS potential


    The North Sea has potential to become a global leader for the energy transition through the deployment of Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) technology, aided by the alternative use of infrastructure, and the production of hydrogen.

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    Australian carbon capture hub receives funding


    Australia’s largest industrial low emissions technology fund COAL21 will contribute several million dollars of funding to help establish Australia’s first commercial scale carbon capture hub located in Queensland.

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    Mission Innovation publishes CCUS report


    Mission Innovation, a global initiative working to reinvigorate and accelerate global clean energy innovation, has published a report putting forward recommendations for implementing carbon capture, utilisation and storage technologies.

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    Exclusive: KickStarter CCUS initiative launches


    Back in September, the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) launched KickStarter, a new carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) initiative with an aim to decarbonise industrial hubs globally.

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    Carbon capture: In focus like never before, but are we doing enough?


    The drive for sustainability and the clean energies transition has never been more important, while the level of awareness and calls to action has arguably never been more prominent. In recent weeks alone, we’ve seen a definite strength in the Fridays for Future protests around the world so encouraged by ...

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    EIC releases CCUS report


    Carbon capture and storage remains firmly on the agenda for many countries globally, but in recent years the deployment of CCUS has emerged as a more viable concept offering a new approach to climate change mitigation.

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    CCUS 2019: CCUS is absolutely essential


    Ambition, leadership and scale are essential if the UK is going to capitalise on the opportunities presented by carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS).

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    DOE announces $4m to accelerate CCUS


    The US Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded $4m in federal funding for national laboratories to collaborate with international partners on seven projects as part of the Accelerating Carbon Capture and Storage Technologies (ACT) Initiative.

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    10 large-scale CCS projects announced


    As of October 2019, there are now 51 carbon capture and storage (CCS) facilities globally – 19 in operation, four under construction and 28 in various stages of development.

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    CCUS 2019 two weeks away


    In just under two weeks the Carbon Capture and Storage Association will host its flagship carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) conference in London.

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    Aker Solutions focuses on low carbon solutions


    Aker Solutions, a global engineering company, has announced its commitment to target growth in low carbon and renewable energy.

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    Velocys signs CCUS agreement with Oxy


    Velocys, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Velocys plc, has signed an agreement with Oxy Low Carbon Ventures, LLC (OLCV), to capture carbon dioxide (CO2) from Velocys’ planned Bayou Fuels biomass-to-fuels project in Natchez, Mississippi, and store it underground.

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    Net-zero industry transition is an overlooked climate challenge


    The Global CCS Institute hosted its first ever flagship event at Climate Week in New York City focusing on the net-zero industry transition.

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    New CCUS initiative announced


    The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) has launched KickStarter, a new initiative formed to help decarbonise industrial hubs globally, starting in the US, UK, Norway, the Netherlands and China.

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    U of I participates in carbon capture study


    The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign will participate in a $55.4m nationwide research project on carbon capture in Southern Illinois.

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    US Power Plant receives CCUS grant


    The DOE has announced it will fund a site-specific Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) study for utilising carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) technology at the San Juan Generating Station.