Aker Solutions wins study contracts from Yara and Norcem

(Apr 26 2017) Aker Solutions will conduct concept studies for carbon capture at Yara's ammonia plant on Herøya and Norcem's cement production facility in Brevik, Norway.


Removing CO2 from the atmosphere to counteract global warming

(Apr 25 2017) Researchers in Ocean and Earth Science at the University of Southampton have been awarded funding to develop innovative methods to capture CO2 from the atmosphere to counteract global warming and climate change.


Rice University refines filters for CO2 capture

(Apr 02 2017) Study defines best materials for carbon capture or methane selectivity.


Molecular 'leaf' collects and stores solar power without solar panels

(Mar 19 2017) A new molecule developed at Indiana University harvests sunlight to create useable materials from carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.


Industrial collaboration to solve aerosol emission from CO2 capture

(Mar 08 2017) SINTEF, NTNU, Engie, Road, Uniper, TNO and TCM are collaborating on a solution to emissions from amine CO2 capture.


From CO2 to fuel at Delaware

(Mar 01 2017) University of Delaware researcher wins DOE funding to produce alcohols from CO2 flue gas.


DOE invests in CO2 utilisation

(Mar 01 2017) The U.S. Energy Department’s Office of Fossil Energy (FE) has selected seven projects to receive $5.9 million to focus on novel ways to use carbon dioxide captured from coal-fired power plants.


CO2 Solutions receives order for Enzymes

(Feb 20 2017) The order is for carbonic anhydrase enzyme for the use in CO2 capture for enhancing the growth of algae for economical, sustainable production of protein and biofuel products.


University of Texas develops new air capture method

(Feb 05 2017) Charles Seipp, a graduate student in chemistry at The University of Texas at Austin, has helped discover a new method for capturing CO2 from the air and releasing it into long term storage.


A step closer to bringing CO2 membrane technology to markets

(Jan 13 2017) Air Products signs exclusive license agreement with Norwegian University of Science and Technology for membrane technology for CO2 capture technology.


CO2 Solutions rotating packed bed pilot results

(Jan 06 2017) The test program has demonstrated the potential to significantly reduce carbon capture capital costs.


CO2 Solutions Receives $3 Million Grant from Technoclimat

(Dec 16 2016) The company is to receive $3 Million in the form of a non-refundable grant to progress a carbon capture project in Canada.


WVU engineering researchers win award for carbon capture technology

(Nov 28 2016) Creating a toolset that will aid in the development of carbon capture has won researchers from West Virginia University an R&D 100 Award, known as the “Oscars of Innovation.”


UNIST researchers turn CO2 into diesel fuel

(Nov 21 2016) A new study, led by Professor Jae Sung Lee of Energy and Chemical Engineering at UNIST uncovers new ways to make biofuel from carbon dioxide.


MIT develop catalyst to turn CO2 to gasoline

(Nov 15 2016) A new catalyst developed at MIT provides design principles for producing fuels from carbon dioxide emissions.



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Issue 56 Mar - Apr 2017

CCS in Canada: CMC Research Institutes opens facilities to XPrize teams - CO2 Solutions’ enzyme catalyst - Technical potential for CCS in Saskatchewan Business opportunities in carbon capture and utilisation - Climeworks captures CO2 directly from t.....



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