CO2 Solutions Inc. has completed the installation of the absorber and desorber columns at its carbon capture unit in Saint-Félicien, Canada.
Ballard Power Systems will provide fuel cell modules to power two port terminal yard trucks as part of a project being managed by GTI and partially funded by the California Air Resources Board (CARB).
To introduce new hydrogen (H2) technologies to Oman as part of a ‘Hydrogen Initiative’, the German University of Technology in Oman (GUtech) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the German company Hydrogen Rise AG.
Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage (SCCS), the largest Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) research group in the UK, is concerned that the multi-billion-pound industry that can deliver effective climate action and a viable future for the UK’s oil and gas industry is being imperilled by slow decision-making within government.
Edinburgh Sensors outlined to gasworld in an interview why CO and CO2 levels must be precisely controlled and explained the best way to measure CO and CO2 concentrations in endothermic heat treatment furnaces.
Last October, Swiss company Climeworks announced its participation in the CarbFix project in Iceland, where its DAC technology is capturing CO2 to be mineralised and permanently stored underground. This October, the project-planning phase for expanding the DACS capacity will begin.
Several months on from the European CO2 supply shortage that sent shockwaves through food and beverage markets and the mainstream press alike, and much of the frenzy surrounding this supply chain crisis has long since dissipated.
Dearman, the global technology company delivering zero emission cold and power, demonstrated its groundbreaking refrigerated trailer to an audience of 250,000 for the 67th IAA Commercial Vehicle Show in Hanover, Germany.
Switzerland-based Climeworks has just launched another of its second-generation Direct Air Capture plants (DAC-3) in Troia, Apulia in Italy.
Total gas analysis solutions provider AGC Instruments has launched a data sheet for its Customised CO2 Analysis Solutions.
As the most prevalent greenhouse gas found on earth, carbon dioxide (CO2) has many applications from medical uses, to food processing, to beverage carbonation, and to a wide range of industrial uses.
Recovered from natural wells or as a by-product from chemical plants, refineries, from breweries where it is generated by the fermentation process when brewing beer, or from any other fermentation process, carbon dioxide (CO2) is the subject of a complex supply chain and an increasing array of end-user applications.
The State Council of China announced in November 2009 that China was going to reduce the intensity of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions per unit of GDP in 2020 by 40-45% compared with the level of 2005.