The University of Kentucky Centre (CAER) for Applied Energy Research has received a grant from the Department of Energy (DOE) to advance its carbon capture system.
Transboundary export of carbon dioxide (CO2) for the purpose of carbon capture and storage (CCS) can now be provisionally allowed under certain circumstances.
Analox is launching its own personal carbon dioxide (CO2) alarm, combining highly efficient, low power sensing technology with the company’s established engineering and manufacturing expertise.
Velocys, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Velocys plc, has signed an agreement with Oxy Low Carbon Ventures, LLC (OLCV), to capture carbon dioxide (CO2) from Velocys’ planned Bayou Fuels biomass-to-fuels project in Natchez, Mississippi, and store it underground.
Evonik and Siemens’ research project ‘Rheticus’ has entered its second phase which will run until 2021 and receive approximately €3.5m from Germany’s Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
Carbon dioxide’s role in the production of legalised cannabis as well as the food and beverage market were two of the hot topics covered in the afternoon session at gasworld’s North American CO2 Summit here in Indianapolis.
Industry giants and experts offered insight into whether carbon dioxide (CO2) supply was keeping up with demand during the first two sessions at gasworld’s North American CO2 Summit here in Indianapolis, Indiana.
gasworld’s North American CO2 Summit 2019 is now officially underway with discussion focusing on the key issues in the carbon dioxide (CO2) sector at The Conrad Hotel, Indianapolis.
Industrial gas professionals and high-profile end-users will today begin to gather for gasworld’s first CO2 Summit in North America at The Conrad Hotel in Indianapolis.
ION Clean Energy, a Colorado-based carbon capture technology company, has been awarded a $5.8m grant from the US Department of Energy (DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL).
The global equipment market for industrial refrigeration systems is growing at rate of 4.78% a year. It is expected to reach $24.48bn by 2024, up from $18.49bn in 2018, according to MarketsandMarkets™.
Distributors are still doing good business from microbreweries, but some areas are seeing a slowdown, writes US Editor Nick Parkinson.