A project combing all four steps required to produce synthetic fuel from air and green power has taken place at a test facility on the premises of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).
Biotechnology startup Cemvita Factory is on a mission to create a sustainable future by transforming carbon dioxide (CO2) into value-added products.
A biotech company producing all-wild algae has deployed Vogtlin red-y smart high-precision thermal mass flow meters and mass flow controllers to accurately monitor gas flow within the bioreactor process that cultures the algae.
CarbonCure Technologies and Linde have announced that they are to partner in bringing the former’s award-winning turnkey carbon solition for the concrete industry in Europe, Southeast Asia and Oceania.
Carbon Upcycling UCLA, a group from UCLA School of Engineering, has been recognised for its first-of-its-kind carbon capture technology which is supported by a $1.9m grant from the US Department of Energy.
Linde has started up a new gas production facility supplying methane, hydrogen and carbon dioxide to Evonik Industries’ second world-scale methionine complex in Singapore.
Nils Røkke tells gasworld his thoughts on an innovation and research agenda for climate positive technologies, how Norway’s CCS project is progressing and what technologies that remove CO2 from the atmosphere should be being invested in.
“Climate change is the biggest challenge of our time and Drax has a crucial role in tackling it.”
Skyre, a Connecticut-based clean energy company, has launched its CO2RENEW™.
High Pressure Equipment Company (HiP), a subsidiary of Graco Inc., has released its latest innovation, the e710 supercritical CO2 extraction pump system.
To help improve the carbon efficiency of its cements, LafargeHolcim a Switzerland-based building materials and solutions company, has launched a new carbon capture project in Canada.
Welsh renewable energy company Eco2 is adding anaerobic digestion (AD) to its portfolio.