Last October, Swiss company Climeworks announced its participation in the CarbFix project in Iceland, where its DAC technology is capturing CO 2 to be mineralised and permanently stored underground. This October, the project-planning phase for expanding the DACS capacity will begin.
NeuroproteXeon have completed a distribution agreement with Linde AG for XENEX TM (xenon by inhalation) for Post Cardiac Arrest Syndrome (PCAS) for the European Union plus United Kingdom, Switzerland, Norway and Iceland.
Swiss cleantech company Climeworks has partnered with Reykjavik Energy to combine direct air capture (DAC) technology for the world’s first time with safe and permanent geological storage.
With regular talk of a crunch in the carbon dioxide (CO2) supply chain, it’s perhaps little surprise that 2016 seems to have been dominated by new capacity additions and supply agreements. Here, we take a whistle-stop tour around the world in new or expected CO2 capacity, complete with added insight ...
In the build up to the Europe Industrial Gas Conference 2016, and to coincide with the publication of its updated European industrial gas reports and dashboard series, gasworld Business Intelligence highlights the key trends that have emerged over the past year.
Western Europe continues to bear the brunt of external economic headwinds. China’s slowing growth, coupled with ongoing global market volatility, is a cause for concern for Europe’s developed economies. Sustained political issues also take their toll.