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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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    CCS and CCU technologies gain momentum


    Carbon capture and storage (CCS) and carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) have been acknowledged as breakthrough technologies which should be fostered in a reviewed energy framework.

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    Report highlights growing momentum for CCS


    A major report launched by think tank the Global CCS Institute at the UN climate change conference COP25 finds that deployment of CCS has continued to gather pace, with the pipeline of CCS projects continuing to grow for the second year in a row, up 37% since 2017.

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    Air Liquide commits to sustainable growth


    Air Liquide has announced plans to reduce the carbon intensity of its activities and work with customers towards a sustainable industry and contribute to the development of a low carbon society.

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    Major companies join Dutch carbon capture project


    Project Porthos has signed an agreement with Air Liquide, Air Products, ExxonMobil and Shell to collectively work on preparations for the capture, transport and storage of carbon dioxide in Rotterdam.

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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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    DecarbonICE: Carbon capture for the shipping industry


    DecarbonICE, a consortium of leading ship companies, has teamed up with the Maritime Development Centre to develop an on-board carbon capture and storage solution.

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    ERA invests $1.4m in CCS


    The Government of Alberta is making $1.4m of funding available through Emissions Reduction Alberta to support a $3m feasibility study which focuses on carbon capture and storage (CCS).

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    Svante partners with Cross River


    Svante Inc., formerly Inventys, has signed a collaboration agreement with Cross River Infrastructure Partners LCC to develop industrial scale carbon capture projects in North America.

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    SoCalGas and PNNL receive $300,000


    Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) have received $300,000 in funding to advance an integrated carbon capture and conversion to methanol (ICCCM) process.

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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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    Global CCS: Financial sector funding crucial for CCS projects


    Financial sector stakeholders, private sector representatives, government authorities, and climate experts recently gathered to discuss how to mobilise finance for carbon capture and storage (CCS) to deliver on climate ambition and meet the Paris Agreement commitments.

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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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    DOE announces $43m for CCS


    The US Department of Energy (DOE) Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) has announced $43m in funding to develop carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies.

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    Prime Minister announces CCS investments


    The Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA) has welcomed the Prime Minister’s announcement to invest £800m in the infrastructure needed to establish Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) clusters.

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    Raven SR and Zanker Recycling sign agreement


    Raven SR, a Wyoming renewable fuels company, has signed a letter of intent with Zanker Recycling to provide the site and feedstock for Raven SR’s first 25 dry-tonne commercial renewable hydrogen production facility, based on its multi-patented Steam/CO 2  patented system.

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    Air Liquide, DLVA and ENGIE partner


    Air Liquide, the Durance, Luberon, Verdon urban area (DLVA) and ENGIE are signing a cooperation agreement to develop the “HyGreen Provence” project aiming to produce, store and distribute green hydrogen.

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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.