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    Alberta invests $3m in low-carbon future


    CarbonCure Technologies will receive up to $3m from Emission Reduction Alberta (ERA) to further optimise and accelerate the adoption of its carbon dioxide (CO 2 )-utilisation technology in Alberta, Canada.

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    Canada museum gains cryogenic research site


    A new, dedicated cryogenic facility is due to be built at the Canadian Museum of Nature under a $4m donation.

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    Air Liquide expands presence in clean energy sector


    Air Liquide is expanding its presence in the clean energy sector after acquiring a UK-based natural gas infrastructure development firm and securing its place in a UK Government scheme worth £20m ($25m).

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    Intelligent Energy and Luxfer-GTM in fuel cell union


    Intelligent Energy Holdings plc and Luxfer-GTM Technologies have formed a strategic Transatlantic relationship to develop a line of integrated fuel cell products.

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    CIMC Enric delivers tanks for China LNG port


    CIMC Enric Holding Ltd, equipment manufacturing unit of China International Marine Containers (Group) Ltd, has secured a deal to deliver two liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage tanks as part of China’s first approved demonstration project to use LNG to fuel international vessels.

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    Nel enters Icelandic hydrogen market


    Nel Hydrogen Solutions, a division of Nel ASA, has entered the hydrogen (H 2 ) market in Iceland after establishing a joint venture with major Icelandic oil retail company Skeljunger HF.

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    Joint venture for one-stop H2 technology shop


    A Letter of Intent (LoI) between three leaders in the hydrogen (H 2 ) sector have joined forces to create a one-stop-shop for customers wanting to use H 2 technologies across the value chain.

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    Joint research programme unlocks H2 use in UAE


    Major companies have united in the Middle East in a joint research programme to unlock the potential of hydrogen (H 2 ) energy use in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

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    Aberdeen boosts hydrogen profile


    Aberdeen City Council in Scotland will sign a high-level agreement with the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) next week in a bid to boost the city’s hydrogen (H 2 ) profile.

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    Gazprom and Linde address cooperation issues


    The leaders of The Linde Group and Gazprom met at the latter’s headquarters in Moscow yesterday to address cooperation issues in the ongoing Amur gas processing plant (GPP) project.

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    SimpleFuel moves into initiation phase


    Two years on, the only finalist in the Energy Department’s (DOE’s) H2 Refuel H-Prize competition is making strides, having already produced and dispensed enough hydrogen (H 2 ) to drive 4,200 miles in a fuel cell car.

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    First MENA CCUS project comes on stream


    In a critical milestone towards the global roll-out of industrial carbon capture and storage (CCS), the world’s first commercial carbon capture facility on a steel production plant has been launched in the Middle East.

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    Fluor wins EPC contract at Secunda site


    Global facility designer Fluor Corporation has won an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to deliver the outside battery limits (OSBL) at Sasol’s Secunda plant, South Africa.

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    Dearman’s technology used in ‘green’ data centre project


    The latest application of Dearman’s clean ‘cold and power’ technology will feature as part of a joint UK and Malaysian consortium project, which will develop the next generation of green data centres in response to intensified global data demand.

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    Investment: Norway puts CCS back on track


    Under a NOK 360m ($43.7m) investment, the Norwegian Government will move forward with plans for a full-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) demonstration facility in the Scandinavian country.

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    Linde and NuMat partnership pursue MOFs


    The Linde Group has announced a “first of its kind” partnership with NuMat Technologies under which the companies will pursue and accelerate commercial applications for NuMat’s innovations in metal-organic frameworks (MOFs).

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    IOR seeks next major refrigeration advancement


    The Institute of Refrigeration (IOR) is seeking the next major advancement in refrigeration with a cash prize for the next J E Hall International Gold Medal winner.

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    Funding boosts Lincoln Electric’s 3D-printing technology


    Welding product manufacturer Lincoln Electric has been awarded with $1m in funding for pursuing its patented laser hot wire technology for additive manufacturing (AM) – commonly known as 3D-printing.

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    Increased specialty gas sales with GCG course


    Hosted by Global Calibration Gases, LLC (GCG), the precision specialty gas mixture expert has announced the date of its next specialty gases sales and applications training course.

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    First CCS demonstration project in Japan starts up


    Japan CCS (JCCS), a carbon capture and storage (CCS) investigation company headquartered in Tokyo, has been finalising the commercialisation of its technology for the separation, capture, transportation and underground storage of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ), as well as R D and trials.