Study shows world can capture enough CO2 to meet targets

(May 22 2020) The world is currently on track to fulfil scenarios on diverting atmospheric CO2 to underground reservoirs, according to a new study by Imperial.


National Carbon Capture Center expands testing of negative carbon tech

(May 22 2020) Strengthening its commitment to energy innovation, Southern Company, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), has announced an expanded focus for the National Carbon Capture Center.


Equinor, Shell and Total invest in Northern Lights

(May 18 2020) Following the investment decision, the partners intend to establish a joint venture company. The initial investments will total almost NOK 6.9 billion.


Study shows hydrological limits in CCS

(May 10 2020) Research at Berkeley College of Chemistry shows water use is an important consideration in the implementation of Carbon Capture and Storage.


OGA unveils strategy to support Net Zero

(May 10 2020) The UK Oil & Gas Authority will support the oil and gas industry to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, encourage progress on carbon capture and storage and hydrogen projects.


Inovyn takes role in project producing methanol from captured CO2

(May 10 2020) The new ‘Power to Methanol’ project in Antwerp would produce methanol from captured CO2 combined with hydrogen generated from renewable electricity.


COVID-19: Climate committee urges investment in CCS for ‘resilient recovery’

(May 10 2020) The UK Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has written to the UK and Scottish governments urging climate policy that delivers “resilient recovery” from the coronavirus crisis while avoiding a “lock-in” of greenhouse gas emissions.


Report highlights twenty years of DOE's carbon storage program

(May 04 2020) The U.S. Department of Energy has tested, monitored and safely stored more than 11 million tonnes of CO2 in subsurface geological formations.


New self-forming membrane to separate CO2 from other gases

(May 01 2020) Newcastle University researchers have developed a new class of self-forming membrane to separate carbon dioxide from a mixture of gases at low cost.


Decarbonising UK Industry boosted by funding for South Wales

(Apr 30 2020) The funding will support the first phase of the South Wales Industrial Cluster (SWIC) Roadmap and Deployment projects which will seek to identify the best options for cost-effective decarbonisation of industry in South Wales.


DNV GL approves Aker Solutions' carbon capture technology

(Apr 29 2020) DNV GL has approved as qualified, technology for a full-scale demonstration project in Norway to remove carbon emissions at a cement plant.


CCUS finance barriers examined at workshop

(Apr 29 2020) Policy incentives, risk reduction and supports for innovators were discussed as potential ways to alleviate barriers to financing carbon capture, utilization and storage technology development at a workshop hosted by CMC Research...


Policy design to finance CCUS projects in the U.S. power sector

(Apr 29 2020) A report from Columbia University’s Centre on Global Energy Policy looks at different policy configurations to incentivise CCUS projects.


U.S. Department of Energy announces $131 million for CCUS technologies

(Apr 26 2020) The U.S. DOE’s Office of Fossil Energy has announced up to $131 million for projects through one new funding opportunity announcement and the winners of five project selections from a previous FOA.


Gas Goes Green set to deliver world's first zero carbon gas grid

(Apr 20 2020) New programme will ensure Britain's gas grid is ready for switch to hydrogen-ready boilers.



older->>

Issue 74 - Mar - Apr 2020

CCUS in the U.S. - CCUS: the role of U.S. leadership .. A roadmap to at-scale CCUS deployment in the U.S. .. Options for negative carbon emissions in California .. ION Clean Energy - a billion tonnes of CO2 by 2050 CO2 DataShare launches open, digit.....


Subscribers can access the latest issue here