Gassnova awards contracts for CO2 studies

(Apr 20 2017) Norcem, Yara and the Klemetsrud facility have all been awarded financial support to continue their studies on carbon capture.


Scottish Economy could benefit from CO2 re-use

(Apr 11 2017) A report published by the University of Sheffield outlines how the re-use of carbon dioxide could help Scotland shift to a more sustainable and circular economy.


UKCCSRC awarded funding until 2022

(Apr 11 2017) The UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC) has been awarded £6.1M by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to continue its work for the next five years.


ADM begins operations for second Carbon Capture and Storage Project

(Apr 10 2017) The Illinois Industrial Carbon Capture and Storage (ICCS) project, a partnership to safely and permanently store more than 1 million tons of carbon dioxide a year, has begun operations.


Mongstad signs partnership deal for operations until 2020

(Apr 10 2017) Gassnova, Statoil, Shell and Total today announce that they want to participate in the continuation of the test operations at TCM until 2020.


Carbon Clean Solutions joins Veolia for large scale CO2 re-use

(Apr 02 2017) The partnership will lead to the large-scale de-carbonisation of a number of industrial processes and reduce their greenhouse effect under an Open Innovation approach.


CO2 Solutions announces collaboration agreement with Hatch

(Apr 02 2017) Companies collaborate on Valorisation Carbone Québec project and industrial projects integrating CO2 Solutions’ proprietary technology.


Public finance of Norway CCS project approved

(Mar 19 2017) The EFTA Surveillance Authority (ESA) has approved Norwegian public financing of studies for full-scale Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) demonstration projects that aim to reduce CO2 emissions.


Alberta invests $3 million in CarbonCure

(Mar 02 2017) CarbonCure to receive up to $3 million from Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) to further optimize and accelerate adoption of its CO2 utilisation technology in Alberta.


Alberta announces winning projects for Grand Challenge

(Mar 01 2017) Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) announced four winning projects for the second round of the ERA Grand Challenge: Innovative Carbon Uses at the Propel Energy Tech Forum in Calgary.


New report backs carbon capture and storage in Australia

(Feb 27 2017) An independent report commissioned by government, industry and research organisations has laid down a comprehensive plan for CCS deployment in Australia.


Adoption of ETS Report is Crucial for CCS

(Feb 20 2017) The European Zero Emissions Technology & Innovation Platform (ZEP) believes that an ambitious ETS reform is indispensable for both EU climate policy and the continued support for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in Europe.


Pöyry Management Consulting report demonstrates business case for UK Industrial CCS

(Feb 12 2017) Against the background of an emerging UK industrial strategy and the forthcoming publication of the UK Government Emissions Reduction Plan, this new report by Pöyry Management Consulting sets out the business case for an Industri...


MIT extends collaboration with Eni

(Jan 23 2017) The $20 million agreement includes an extension of Eni’s founding membership in the MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) and research support for three of MITEI’s Low-Carbon Energy Centers to advance key technologies including CCS.


UK Government criticises its CCS competition failure

(Jan 23 2017) The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy did not achieved value for money for its £100 million spend on the second competition for government financial support for carbon capture storage, according to the National Audit Office.



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Issue 55 - Jan - Feb 2016

CCS in review Global CCS Institute Status CCS: 2016 .. IEA - 20 years of CCS: accelerating future deployment .. Full-chain integrated CCS demo in Hokkaido, Japan CCS in India: report from our inaugural conference in Mumbai .. UK Parliamentary Advis.....



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