Air Liquide launched an annual competition back in January 2016 called the Air Liquide Essential Molecules Challenge. The competition was implemented to reinforce Air Liquide’s focus on science for accelerating innovation.
The pace of carbon capture and storage (CCS) development must be accelerated if Paris climate change targets are to be met, says the world’s top CCS body.
Switzerland-based business Climeworks has presented its efficient carbon dioxide (CO2) capture technology at the COP22 Climate Change Conference in Marrakech as companies and countries unite in climate protection.
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.
At the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) in Paris last December, 195 countries signed the world’s first agreement to reduce global warming. That historic agreement has come into force today – but what part does the industrial gas industry have to play going forward?
Nearly 200 countries struck an historic deal on October 14th in Kigali, Rwanda at the 28th meeting of the parties to the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer (MOP28), as the fight against global warming heated up.
gasworld has confirmed the date for its CO2 Summit on the Slopes event, which will take place from the 6th-7th March 2017 at the Interalpen Hotel Tyrol in Austria.
Carbon capture technology company ION Engineering has initiated testing of its proprietary carbon dioxide (CO2) liquid absorbent system at Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) in Norway.
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.
The Global CCS Institute is intensifying its efforts to communicate the benefits of carbon capture and storage (CCS) as a key climate change mitigator, through the appointment of new advocacy and communications positions.
A ground-breaking carbon capture project, sequestration and utilisation (CCSU) project, which is believed to be the first of its kind, will capture carbon dioxide (CO2) at a third of the cost typically seen in the global power sector.
Turnkey gas projects solutions provider iGAS Technology Solutions Ltd. has secured a contract worth in excess of £1.5m ($1.86m) to manufacture a carbon dioxide (CO2) liquefaction, purification and filling plant.