All CCUS articles – Page 6

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    ‘World’s smallest’ industrial carbon capture solution unveiled


    Carbon Clean has today (28th Oct) unveiled what it says is the world’s smallest industrial carbon capture solution, marking a “breakthrough” in the market.

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    Australia’s Northern Territory to explore Darwin CCUS hub


    The Northern Territory (the Territory) Government in Australia is set to give its energy sector a boost with a decarbonisation partnership with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), industry and engineering companies.

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    Denbury and Mitsui to pursue CCUS in net zero venture


    American energy company Denbury will work together with Japanese company Mitsui E&P USA LLC (MEPUSA), subsidiary of Mitsui & Co., Ltd. to investigate carbon dioxide (CO2) offtake opportunities from MEPUSA’s potential projects along the US Gulf Coast. In addition, MEPUSA will identify further international opportunities for collaboration.

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    Hard-to-abate sectors show major interest in CCUS scale-up


    A report published by the UK’s largest carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) start-up, Carbon Clean, has revealed that a majority of executives in hard-to-abate sectors plan to use CCUS as a tool in their net zero emission armoury.

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    Aker, Viridor partnership could see £1bn UK CCUS investment


    A partnership between UK-based Aker Carbon Capture (Aker) and waste management company Viridor plans to accelerate carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS), potentially unleashing up to £1bn of private investment into the country.

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    UK drives towards net zero target with first CCUS clusters announced ahead of COP26


    Following the Government’s Cluster Sequencing competition, two successful carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) clusters have been announced with a third selected as a reserve cluster.

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    Chart, Ionada team up to decarbonise ship with CCUS tech


    Carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) projects for the shipping industry are at the heart of a new partnership between Chart Industries and exhaust gas cleaning systems company Ionada.

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    US DOE boosts CCUS initiatives with $20m


    North America’s carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) industry has yet again received another financial boost from the US Department of Energy (US DOE) as it looks to contribute to the Biden-Harris Administration’s goal of net zero emissions by 2050.

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    CCUS deemed ‘essential’ by Secretary of State at CCUS 2021 conference


    UK Secretary of State Kwasi Kwarteng called carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) an ‘essential part’ of the UK’s toolkit in the drive to decarbonise the country’s economy, speaking at the CCUS 2021 annual conference.

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    Chart receives $5m funding by DOE for carbon capture tech


    US-based industrial gas equipment manufacturer Chart Industries has been awarded $4,999,875 by the US Department of Energy (DOE) for its Sustainable Energy Solutions Cryogenic Carbon Capture (CCC) technology.

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    COP26 – hydrogen, carbon dioxide, methane and more


    As the clock ticks down to COP26 next month, Stephen B. Harrison explores how an exponential trajectory calls for urgent action – and how there will be far reaching implications for industrial gases and energy gases.

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    Wintershall Dea explore pipeline repurposing for CO2 transport


    European gas and oil company Wintershall Dea is working with OTH Regensburg University of Applied Sciences to assess the possibility that existing natural gas pipelines in the North Sea could be repurposed for transporting liquid carbon dioxide (CO2).

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    Australia to ‘turbocharge’ CCUS tech


    As Governments and industry worldwide further commit to lower carbon emissions ahead of net zero 2030 and 2050 targets, Australia has given its efforts a major boost following a $250m cash injection into the development of commercial-scale carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) projects across the country.

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    Equinor and Rosneft join forces to reduce carbon footprint


    Building on their existing strategic partnership, Norwegian Equinor will work together with Russian energy company Rosneft to develop low carbon solutions for their joint projects based in Russia.

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    CSIRO partners with major players for Australia CCUS hub development


    To further reduce Australia’s carbon emissions and stimulate the growth of sustainable industry, Australia’s national science agency CSIRO has collaborated with the Northern Territory Government and industry to explore the potential for a large-scale low emissions carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) hub outside of Darwin.

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    In focus…Clean fuels and circular economies


    Our cover feature this September explores the role of LNG in a decarbonised world, and it seems fitting to focus here on the emergence of clean fuels and circular economies on the radar of the industrial gases industry.

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    CO2: Why the UK Govt had to subsidise fertiliser production


    No sooner had it started, it appears to be almost over. Was this the shortest-lived CO2 ‘crisis’ yet?

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    Carbon capture: storage vs utilisation


    As the global energy industry begins to shift further towards renewables and creating a net zero energy economy by 2050, discussions and debates have arisen around the topics of carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) and carbon capture and storage (CCS).

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    Wood to lead Humber Zero carbon capture project


    Global consulting and engineering company Wood has won a contract to work on UK hybrid carbon capture and storage (CCUS) and hydrogen project Humber Zero.

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    ‘Very large’ LCO2 carrier designed as response to CCUS growth


    A partnership between two shipping giants will see development of a ‘very large’ liquefied carbon dioxide (LCO2) carrier as a response to the increasing global focus on carbon capture and storage technologies.