Florida-based CO2Meter has appointed Travis Lenander as its new owner and CEO to “ensure continuity in the business and future success”.
Drax is in discussions with the British Beer and Pub Association to see if it could help keep the fizz in the drinks industry as part of its efforts to ensure the CO2 captured during Europe’s first BECCS project is used in another process or industry.
Progress continues on CO2 Solutions Inc. (CSI) first CO2 utilisation unit being built in Shawinigan (QC) for its CCU project known as Valorisation Carbone Québec (VCQ).
The Scottish Funding Council (SFC), Scottish Government and Scottish Enterprise have each committed £50,000 to support the UK’s largest research, industry and government partnership in carbon capture usage and storage (CCUS).
Energy firm Drax has started capturing carbon dioxide (CO2) from the combustion of 100% biomass feedstock at its power station in the UK – a first anywhere in the world.
Hydrogenious Technologies GmbH and European research centre, Forschungszentrum Jülich, have joined forces to further develop and commercialise the Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers (LOHC) technology for mobile applications.
Inventys, a leading carbon technology company, has announced the closing on a $5m investment from BDC’s Cleantech Practise, as well as an additional follow-on investment from existing shareholder Chevron Technology Ventures.
Varying the rate at which carbon dioxide (CO2) is injected into geological storage sites can enhance not just the sites efficiency but also its ability to store the greenhouse gas securely, according to a new study.
A CO2 removal specialist has captured the attention of three big companies to secure major investment for its technology.
Chart Industries has been there since the birth of microbulk and expects its baby to keep on growing, with larger tanks and larger Orca™ MicroBulk Delivery Systems, writes Nick Parkinson.
The world’s leading authority on carbon capture and storage (CCS), the Global CCS Institute, has welcomed three new appointments to its Board of Directors.
The food and beverage industry has enjoyed the benefits of using industrial gases and technologies for decades, improving food quality, preservation and safety in increasingly intricate ways. This In Focus… will explore three key applications in the food and beverage sector and the latest trends shaping them.
Global demand for dry ice could be met by using more than half of the CO2 that is used today, explains a perspective from Aquila Triventek.