All CCUS articles – Page 5

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    Calpine Texas CCUS awards major FEED study for carbon capture work


    Shell Catalysts & Technology has been awarded a front-end engineering design (FEED) contract from Calpine Texas CCUS for a post-combustion carbon dioxide (CO2) capture facility – and it’s believed to be one of the largest CO2 capture FEED studies ever awarded.

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    gasworld at 200: The stories that defined a century of magazines


    Rob Cockerill reflects on the most popular stories and hottest topics from Issue 100-200, from a mega-merger of equals to a world-changing pandemic.

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    GAS LAB Asia


    Having over 60 years of research-backed, proven technical expertise, GAS LAB delivers application-oriented solutions for industrial gases, customised for each project.

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    bp accelerates UK carbon capture potential


    Energy giant bp has advanced its UK power and carbon capture potential following the awarding of two engineering contracts to participants in bp’s Front End Engineering Design (FEED) competition for the Net Zero Teesside Power (NZT Power) project and the Northern Endurance Partnership’s (NEP) carbon compression infrastructure in Teesside.

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    Carbon8 Systems win award for best CCUS tech


    During an online event held by Netherlands-based on 10th December results were announced of the Energy Transition Awards 2021, revealing Carbon8 Systems as winners for best carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) tech.

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    Horisont Energi, Helen to collaborate on CCUS and hydrogen


    Norway-based Horisont Energi has joined forces with Finnish energy company Helen to explore alternative energy methods such as hydrogen and carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS).

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    New screening study helps locate CO2 storage sites


    A screening study designed to support carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) operators to identify suitable carbon dioxide (CO2) storage sites has been released by global geoscience technology company CGG.

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    Twence to receive Aker carbon capture plant


    Norway-based Aker Carbon Capture (Aker) will deliver its ‘Just Catch’ modular carbon capture plant to Dutch waste management company Twence.

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    Petronas, Baker Hughes join forces to support energy transition


    Malaysian energy giant Petronas is to collaborate with US-based Baker Hughes in an effort to accelerate technological developments that support the energy transition.

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    Technip, Petronas collaborate to explore CO2 capture


    Energy conglomerate Petronas has teamed up with Technip Energies (Technip) to explore carbon capture techniques to help accelerate the transition to a net-zero carbon future.

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    HeidelbergCement sets focus on CCUS


    German company HeidelbergCement reiterated its strategy to focus on carbon capture and utilisation or storage (CCU/S) due to its importance in decarbonising the atmosphere.

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    US DOE aims to remove ‘gigatonnes’ of CO2 with new initiative


    The US DOE has announced a new initiative, entitled the Carbon Negative Shot, that aims to remove gigatons of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) and store it for less than $100/tonne of net CO2-equivalent.

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    Why the water nexus is such a hot topic


    Water: It’s a human need and source of contention as old as civilisation itself, writes Rob Cockerill, as he explains the challenges ahead in water-stress and the opportunity in water treatment applications.

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    Clean technologies, how can they support an energy transition?


    During the ongoing COP26 event, much has been written about the financial requirements of supporting a clean energy transition, including the necessary reduction in subsidies of fossil fuels and the increase in clean energy technology investment. But what are these technologies? Three key emerging sectors that are set to play ...

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    Decarbonising the economy: No-regrets pathways to hydrogen


    Wayne Bridger, Decarbonisation & Hydrogen Applications at BOC UK & Ireland, explains why there are high hopes for hydrogen and the role it can play in decarbonising our economy, as COP26 continues and the focus for the day turns to energy.

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    ExxonMobil, Pertamina join forces to develop CCUS in SE Asia


    Indonesian energy company PT Pertamina (Pertamina) will join forces with oil giant ExxonMobil to help decarbonise the country.

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    UK trifecta collaborates on energy transition projects


    To assist with the UK’s energy transition companies Kent, Taylor Woodrow and BGen have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which will see the three combining capabilities to push for a low carbon future.

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    EXMAR and LATTICE partner to develop ‘new type’ of CO2 carrier


    Gas carrier design specialist EXMAR has joined forces with tank designers LATTICE Technology (LATTICE) to construct a carbon dioxide (CO2) carrier that is tailored to support carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) projects.

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    COP26: what is it and why should we care?


    ‘Uniting the world to tackle climate change’ is this year’s mantra of the 26th annual Conference of the Parties, or COP26. These ‘Parties’ are countries who are considered part of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), an organisation that aims to bring nations together to combat anthropogenic, ...

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    CCSA says UK Budget 2021 ‘fails to provide clarity’ on track 2 clusters


    Chief Executive of the Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA), Ruth Herbert criticised the UK Government’s Budget 2021, released this week.