Carbon Dioxide

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Kornbluth: helium shortage over “for an extended period of time”

2020-07-10T15:37:00+01:00By

Helium expert Phil Kornbluth said he does not expect there to be a future helium shortage “for an extended period of time” in the final instalment of gasworld’s three-part Bandwidth in Your Business webinar series, powered by gasworld TV and sponsored by Anova.

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UCLA researchers receive DOE grant

2020-07-10T10:26:00+01:00By

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have received a two-year $2m grant from the US Department of Energy (DOE) to develop a process that can convert CO2 emissions into construction materials.

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Air Transat to use jet fuel made from captured CO2

2020-07-09T09:48:00+01:00By

Canada’s Air Transat has signed a deal with SAF+ Consortium to use jet fuel made from captured CO2.

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ExxonMobil renews carbon capture partnership

2020-07-03T07:48:00+01:00By

ExxonMobil has renewed its partnership with Princeton Energy Centre through which it will develop low-emission technologies and solutions such as carbon capture and power generation.

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Houlder and PMW Technology partner on carbon capture study

2020-07-02T15:36:00+01:00By

Engineering consultant Houlder has partnered with PMW Technology on a study to assess the potential applications of carbon capture technology.

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DNV GL approves Shell carbon capture technology

2020-07-02T14:01:00+01:00By

Quality assurance and risk management company DNV GL has approved Shell’s CANSOLV CO2 carbon capture technology to lower emissions at Fortum Oslo Varme’s waste-to-energy plant in Klemetsrud, Oslo.

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Industry players collaborate on Singapore CCUS project

2020-07-02T10:50:00+01:00By

Keppel Data Centres, Chevron, Pan-United and Surbana Jurong, with the support of the National Research Foundation, have joined forced to jointly develop the first end-to-end decarbonisation process in Singapore.