All CCUS articles – Page 2

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    CCSA calls for Energy Bill to focus on enabling of carbon capture, hydrogen


    Following the Queen’s Speech made earlier today (May 10th), the Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA) has called for the Energy Security Bill to include additional legislative proposals to enable carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS).

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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.

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    Reducing CO2 in the chemical industry through CCU


    A new study published by the Renewable Carbon Initiative (RCI) has explored the potential for reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in the energy intensive chemical and derived material industries by using carbon capture and utilisation (CCU).

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    Svanehøj wins CO2 pump supply contract for Northern Lights


    Danish marine pumps specialist Svanehøj has been awarded a contract to supply two carbon dioxide (CO2) carriers with pump systems.

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    McDermott to play leading role in UK’s energy future


    Energy-focused engineering and construction solutions provider McDermott is set to advance the UK’s low-carbon energy potential by working with a group of industry experts – headed by the UK North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) – to develop a hydrogen-led energy hub in Bacton, Norfolk.

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    MHIENG supplies carbon capture tech to Italy


    Group company of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), MHI Engineering, Ltd. (MHIENG) will license its proprietary KM CDR Process carbon capture technology and the process design package (PDP) to Italy’s first carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) project.


    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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    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).

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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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    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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    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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    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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    Enabling a carbon-neutral world


    An interview with Nippon Sanso Holdings, exclusively for gasworld by Rob Cockerill.

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    Aker, SINTEF advance Norway’s green transition


    Sustainable solutions provider Aker Carbon Capture (Aker) has joined forces with energy company SINTEF to accelerate Norway’s carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS)

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    HYCO1 tests ‘groundbreaking’ CO2 conversion tech


    Carbontech company HYCO1 has announced the successful completion of testing for its carbon dioxide (CO2) waste emission conversion technology.

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    CCSA’s new plan calls for increased CCUS deployment


    The trade body for the UK carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) industry, the Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA), has emphasised the need to scale up CCUS in its ‘CCUS Delivery Plan 2035’ published today (25th March).

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    Microsoft, Aker scale carbon capture for net zero future


    Carbon dioxide (CO2) removal specialist Aker Carbon Capture is teaming up with software giant Microsoft to explore the potential for the scaling-up of carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) opportunities.