On Mars or Earth, biohybrid can turn CO2 into useful products

(Apr 02 2020) Scientists at University of California, Berkeley have developed a device to capture carbon dioxide from the air and convert it to useful organic products.


Low cost CO2 capture for shipping study receives DfT funding

(Apr 01 2020) A six month study of PMW Technology's marine cryogenic CO2 capture solution has been awarded funding under the UK Department for Transport’s (DfT) T-TRIG programme.


Study on using CCS to develop high CO2 gas fields in Malaysia

(Mar 29 2020) JOGMEC, JX Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration and PETRONAS have signed an agreement for a joint study looking at separating, capturing and storing the CO2.


From greenhouse gas to a high-tech resource

(Mar 29 2020) Technologies for Negative Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Within the NECOC Research Project, a Test Facility for Conversion of CO2 from the Air into Solid Carbon is being built at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.


ALIGN-CCUS ‘Wiki’ launched

(Mar 26 2020) The information contained in the Wiki has been developed to communicate the project’s activities to non-experts in the field of CCUS.


Study shows CCS potential for State of Queensland

(Mar 25 2020) A University of Queensland study investigated the establishment of a large-scale CCS hub in southern Queensland.


Operation at Technology Centre Mongstad to continue until 2023

(Mar 23 2020) The Government propose a continuation of the financial support for the Technology Centre for CO2 capture at Mongstad (TCM) until end of 2023.


New book: Carbon Dioxide Emission Management in Power Generation

(Mar 18 2020) The book is designed to bridge the gap between the many disciplines involved in carbon dioxide emission management. It provides a comprehensive yet easy-to-understand introduction to the subject of CO2 capture.


Capturing CO2 from waste-to-energy discussed in UK Parliament

(Mar 11 2020) The role of waste incineration facilities was a hot topic for MPs during a debate called last month by the Shadow Minister for Public Health, Sharon Hodgson MP.


UK Budget 2020: Critical step forward to Net Zero

(Mar 11 2020) The Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA) has welcomed the announcement in the Budget to commit £800m to fund CCS infrastructure.


CCUS only pathway to achieving net-zero emissions in the global cement industry

(Mar 06 2020) With cement demand predicted to rise, carbon capture is an essential technology that can achieve the goal of net zero emissions. By Ian Riley and Manon Burbidge, World Cement Association.


Industry joins forces to drive CCS investment in Australia

(Mar 05 2020) An inaugural CO2CRC CCS Policy Forum is being convened to develop a consensus industry view on a practical CCS policy framework that will stimulate CCS project investment and development in Australia.


Santos joins CO2CRC

(Mar 05 2020) Santos Managing Director and CEO, Kevin Gallagher, said that CCS has the potential to create a new wealth-generating industry for Australia, breathe new life into existing industries and underpin the development of new energies such as hydrogen.


Integrating the climate change challenge with the circular carbon economy

(Mar 05 2020) On 25 - 26 February 2020, 600+ government officials and leading private sector professionals working on CCUS project development and climate change initiatives from over 16 countries came together for Saudi Arabia’s inaugural Int...


Northern Lights field likely suitable for CO2 storage

(Mar 05 2020) Equinor, together with its partners Shell and Total, has completed the drilling of a CO2 well south of the Troll field in the North Sea.



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Issue 73 - Jan - Feb 2020

CCUS in the UK: CCSA London forum – CCS ready for investment? .. Hydrogen: enabling the UK to reach net-zero emissions .. Urgent action needed to progress UK CCUS CATO event – big strides in Dutch CCS .. CO2 capture could be big business: up to 10.....


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