Carbon Dioxide

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


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


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


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


ExxonMobil renews carbon capture partnership


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.


Houlder and PMW Technology partner on carbon capture study


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


DNV GL approves Shell carbon capture technology


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


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.