Carbon Clean and BayoTech have joined forces to cut the cost of small-scale hydrogen and CO2 production.
Eni and Santos have joined forces to identify potential new areas of collaboration in the development of carbon capture and storage or utilisation facilities in the Darwin area, Australia.
A new e-fuels facility in Norway will soon be producing CO2-neutral fuel by using green hydrogen furnace gas from an existing factory at Herøya in Porsgrunn.
Wärtsilä Gas Solutions has developed a cargo tank design suitable for liquid carbon dioxide (LCO2) applications – and it’s been awarded Approval in Principle (AiP) by the classification society DNV.
Carbon Clean’s carbon capture technology is set to support a new Liquid Wind site that, when combined with hydrogen, will see 50,000 tonnes of eMethanol produced from 2024.