Carbon Dioxide

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Worley to integrate Shell’s carbon capture tech with Humber Refinery


Industrial engineering solutions specialist Worley has been awarded a contract to integrate Shell’s carbon capture technology – CANSOLV – into Phillips 66 Humber Refinery in the UK.


Solidia to enhance CO2 capture and utilisation tech for building materials


Solidia Technologies® has unveiled plans to broaden applications of low-carbon manufacturing technologies for building materials, with support of a $2.1m grant from the US Department of Energy (DOE).

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Carbon sequestration plans unveiled for Cameron LNG


Carbon capture and sequestration technologies could soon be developed alongside Louisiana’s Cameron LNG, a natural gas liquefaction and export facility located in the southwest of the US state.


Topsoe advances energy transition with ‘world’s largest’ electrolyser project


In the race to secure a green future for global industry, decarbonisation technology specialist Topsoe is planning to construct what will be the world’s largest and most advanced industrial scale electrolyser production plant.

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NSHD expands global reach with new Peru HyCO project


Nippon Sanso Holdings Corporation (NSHD) is increasing the scope of its industrial gas supply operations following a deal signed between Matheson Global HYCO Peru Srl – group company of NSHD’s US operating company, Matheson Tri-Gas, Inc. (Matheson) - and Petroleos del Peru (PetroPeru), the Peruvian National Oil Company.


IEA report lays out strategy for zero emission steel and cement


The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released a new report suggesting ways that G7 countries can accelerate the development of technology and overcome high costs associated with the reduction of emissions from hard-to-abate sectors of industry such as steel and cement production.


Multibillion-dollar CO2 removal initiative unveiled to support net-zero ambitions in the US


Plans to support four large-scale, regional direct air capture hubs with $3.5bn have been unveiled by the US Department of Energy (DOE) as it looks to support President Joe Biden’s goal of achieving a net-zero economy by 2050.