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    Japan energy trio team up to reduce CO2 in Malaysia


    Japanese energy company Japan Petroleum Exploration Co., Ltd. (JAPEX) has signed up with JGC Corporation (JGC) and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (K Line) to explore the viability of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology in Malaysia.

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    £165m Plastic Park greenlit for Cheshire


    A milestone for the UK’s net zero strategy has been reached following unanimous approval for the country’s first Plastic Park to be located at Protos, Cheshire.

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    WATCH: Direct air capture documentary


    WATCH: Direct air capture (DAC) is widely seen as an answer to lowering the planets level of carbon dioxide (CO2) - one of the bullets in the decarbonisation gun.

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    Challenges and opportunities for cannabis industry


    For the last few years, there has been a great deal of excitement surrounding medically available options from the cannabis industry. Further, it becomes more obvious and impressive to find the number of locations where legal cannabis products are offered, many of which are controlled under the auspices of recreational ...

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    US DOE injects $19m into carbon utilisation opportunity


    The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced that it will make available up to $19m in federal funding for the advancement of technologies that utilise waste carbon to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

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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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    National Carbon Capture Center completes first carbon utilisation tech test


    The National Carbon Capture Center in Alabama, USA, has announced the successful completion of its first demonstration of carbon utilisation technology.

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    Oxygen enriched burners, CO2 utilisation and mineralisation


    Technologies to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from cement and concrete in focus, with Stephen B. Harrison.

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    Baker Hughes enhances its carbon utilisation portfolio


    Baker Hughes is enhancing its broader carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) portfolio, having today (28th June) announced an investment in Electrochaea.

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    New CCU technology to be trialled in California


    A new type of carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) technology will be implemented in a pilot installation at Lehigh’s Redding California cement facility, with an expected 60% reduction in CO2 emissions per tonne of product.

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    Emerging carbon dioxide utilisation applications


    Carbon dioxide capture from emissions sources will increase by several orders of magnitude between now and 2050, as the world decarbonises fossil fuel usage. Much of that captured carbon dioxide (CO2) will be sent underground for permanent storage in geological formations, and much of it will be utilised for emerging ...

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    Cannabis: Still a market high in CO2 utilisation?


    Carbon dioxide (CO2) is essential throughout the professionally managed cannabis value chain, with major applications in growing and processing. In some cases, it is also used for trimming and freeze-drying. New pharmaceutical registrations and the loosening of recreational cannabis regulations will be major drivers of growth in carbon dioxide utilisation ...

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    Japan forum to highlight vital role of CCUS in Asia


    Experts from around the world will take part in a virtual forum tomorrow (6th Oct) that will highlight the critical need for carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) technologies, demonstrate their versatility, discuss progress and the outlook for future CCUS deployment in Japan, and across Asia.

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    Sasol looking to develop CO2 utilisation technologies


    Energy and chemicals company Sasol is currently looking for partners to help develop CO2 utilisation technologies for its South African operations.

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    $17m for carbon utilisation projects


    The US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy (FE) has selected 11 carbon utilisation projects to receive approximately $17m in federal funding for research and development.

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    DOE announces $110m for CCUS


    The US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Office of Fossil Energy has announced approximately $110m in federal funding for cost-shared research and development (R&D) projects under three funding opportunity announcements (FOAs).

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    ThalesNano Energy enters CO2 utilisation market


    ThalesNano Energy has published the “world’s first” stacked cell for the electrochemical reduction of CO2.

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    Climeworks acquires Antecy


    Swiss direct air capture (DAC) company Climeworks has acquired Netherlands-based DAC technology developer Antecy.

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    Symposium on clean energy utilisation


    Birmingham played host to the second UK-China symposium on clean energy utilisation and energy storage earlier this month.

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    Linde partners with CarbonCure


    CarbonCure Technologies and Linde have announced that they are to partner in bringing the former’s award-winning turnkey carbon solition for the concrete industry in Europe, Southeast Asia and Oceania.