All Environmental articles – Page 6

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    17% renewable gas used by the mobility sector in Europe

    2020-05-14T14:49:00Z

    The Natural bio Gas Vehicle Association (NGVA) has today released extensive numbers about the current utilisation of biomethane in the road transport sector in Europe.

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    Record CO2 concentrations despite Covid-19 crisis

    2020-05-13T09:58:00Z

    Over the past few weeks there have been many reports of localised air quality improvements as the world has locked down to combat the coronavirus pandemic.

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    Weltec Biopower to build biogas plant

    2020-05-13T08:39:00Z

    Weltec Biopower will start building a biogas plant in Veria, northern Greece this summer.

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    New paper highlights case for CCS

    2020-05-13T06:30:00Z

    Think tank the Global CCS Institute has today released an expert paper aiming to assess and redefine the value and full range of benefits of carbon capture and storage (CCS).

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    Praxair awards grant for environmental research

    2020-05-12T08:29:00Z

    Praxair, a Linde company, has awarded a $20,000 grant to Dr. Edwin Wong, Western Connecticut State University Associate Professor of Biological and Environmental Sciences.

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    Consortium established to build ‘power-to-methanol’ plant

    2020-05-11T14:29:00Z

    A consortium of seven players has been established to build a ‘power-to-methanol’ demonstration plant in the port of Antwerp.

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    Hoyer invests €42.7m to modernise its fleet

    2020-05-07T11:28:00Z

    Described as the biggest replacement investment in the company’s history, the Hoyer Group has taken delivery of more than 500 new sustainable trucks.

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    CCS’ impact on water resources

    2020-05-07T08:30:00Z

    New research by Berkeley University of California suggests that carbon capture and storage (CCS) could stress water resources in about 43% of the world’s power plants where water scarcity is already a problem.

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    Engie and Mirova form a unique partnership

    2020-05-06T10:21:00Z

    French utility Engie and European investment firm Mirova have signed a strategic partnership agreement in the biogas sector, inspired by a development model normally associated with wind and solar energy.

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    Air Liquide injects oxygen into Scheldt river

    2020-05-06T09:47:00Z

    Air Liquide has installed a cryogenic mobile oxygen tank, a dosing and control cabinet and six poroxals (Porous Oxy-injection frames) to enable pure oxygen to be injected in the Scheldt river, at the Semmerzake pool located between Oudenaarde and Ghent.

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    Self-forming membrane developed for carbon capture

    2020-05-05T12:34:00Z

    Researchers at Newcastle University have developed a new self-forming membrane to separate carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) from a mixture of gases.

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    New Mexico carbon capture project receives $22m

    2020-05-04T10:21:00Z

    A carbon capture project at San Juan Generating Station has received $22m from the Department of Energy (DOE) cooperative funding agreement awarded to the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (New Mexico Tech).

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    Solid oxide electrolysis grows up at CSIRO

    2020-05-04T06:00:00Z

    gas world speaks exclusively to Dr. Ani Kulkarni of Australia’s CSIRO to find out how his team’s R D programme will enable solid oxide electrolysis (SOE) to contribute to decarbonisation of the energy and chemicals sectors.

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    New company Carbon Collectors launched

    2020-05-01T12:06:00Z

    New company Carbon Collectors aims to store six million tonnes of CO2 per year in depleted North Sea oil gas fields with ships by 2030.

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    Carbon Capture Coalition writes to Congress Leaders

    2020-04-30T14:32:00Z

    The Carbon Capture Coalition has today sent a letter of request to Congressional leaders and committees of jurisdiction for measures to provide immediate support for carbon capture projects at risk of delay or cancellation due to the coronavirus crisis.

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    Costain supports UK’s net zero journey

    2020-04-30T09:32:00Z

    Construction engineering company Costain has said it will play important roles in both the South Wales and Scotland Clusters to help the UK achieve net zero emissions by 2050 as part of the Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge.

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    Bosch: Carbon neutrality will be achieved by end of 2020

    2020-04-30T07:49:00Z

    Despite the challenges of the current coronavirus pandemic, Bosch is continuing with its systematic pursuit of ambitious climate goals.

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    Scientist finds US CO2 emissions have dropped to unprecedented levels

    2020-04-29T11:13:00Z

    As the demand for transportation fuels has plummeted in the last month due to the coronavirus pandemic, a Northern Arizona University (NAU) scientist says the dramatic decrease in local air pollution and CO2 levels above cities is significant, measurable and could be historic, depending on how long commuters and other ...

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    Soap made from captured CO2

    2020-04-29T10:20:00Z

    An Alberta, Canada-based company has developed a technology which can turn captured carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) into environmentally friendly soap.

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    Report: Policy design to finance US CCUS projects

    2020-04-29T09:47:00Z

    A new report from Columbia University’s Centre on Global Energy Policy has predicted which policy configurations would incentivise widespread deployment of carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) in the US electric generation industry.