Solvent degradation features at GHGT-15

(Apr 14 2021) The LAUNCH CCUS project has continued to disseminate research findings with papers presented at the recent GHGT-15 conference, held online from 15-18 March.


Carbon Capture and Storage Association begins search for new CEO

(Apr 14 2021) After more than seven years as Chief Executive of the Carbon Capture and Storage Association, Luke Warren has announced that he will be leaving the Association to take up a new position in the sector.


Energy trader Gunvor joins Global Carbon Capture & Storage Institute

(Apr 14 2021) Gunvor is looking to invest in CCS projects as part of its support for the Energy Transition.


NextDecade contracts Mitsubishi for carbon capture at Rio Grande LNG project

(Apr 14 2021) The companies have signed an engineering services agreement for the design, license, and performance guarantee of the KM CDR Process post-combustion carbon capture technology.


BECCS at Drax can save the UK £4.5 billion

(Apr 12 2021) Developing bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) at Drax could save the UK energy system and consumers billions of pounds over the next decade, according to a new report.


China Huaneng Group and Glencore sign MOU on CCUS Project

(Apr 12 2021) The CTSCo Project in Queensland, Australia will use China Huaneng’s CO2 capture technology at the Millmerran coal fired power station.


Equinor and SSE Thermal to build CCS and hydrogen power stations

(Apr 08 2021) Equinor and SSE Thermal have unveiled plans to jointly develop two first-of-a-kind, low-carbon power stations in the UK’s Humber region.


Study on the potential for CCUS in ASEAN countries

(Apr 07 2021) The study covers findings on recent trends in policies, technologies, and business development from countries with experience of Carbon Dioxide Capture, Utilisation, and Storage (CCUS).


DNV updates CCS recommended practice

(Apr 07 2021) DNV has published new procedures designed to provide the required safety level in transporting CO2 by pipelines and strengthen the development of carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects.


SaskPower CCS facility reaches 4 million tonne milestone

(Apr 05 2021) SaskPower’s facility at Boundary Dam Power Station near Estevan has captured more than four million tonnes of carbon dioxide since operations began in 2014.


Kashif Nawaz: Redesigning building equipment for carbon capture and beyond

(Apr 05 2021) A mechanical engineer who leads the newly formed Multifunctional Equipment Integration Group at ORNL, Nawaz is designing a carbon capture platform for incorporation into existing rooftop heating and air conditioning units on comm...


Aemetis establishes carbon capture subsidiary for CO2 sequestration

(Apr 05 2021) The company’s carbon capture business unit will initially capture, dehydrate, compress, and sequester CO2 from Aemetis Biogas anaerobic dairy digester projects to further reduce the carbon intensity (CI) of its dairy biogas.


New IEAGHG Technical Report: 2021-01 Biorefineries with CCS

(Apr 05 2021) The aim of this study is to provide a techno-economic assessment of biorefinery concepts with and without CCS as well as a comparative assessment of 1G and 2G biorefineries, explains Jasmin Kemper in a blog for IEAGHG.


Norway’s Fortum Oslo Varme CCS project makes funding shortlist

(Apr 05 2021) Fortum Oslo Varme's carbon capture and storage (CCS) project has made it through to the shortlist of candidates for financing from the EU’s €1 billion Innovation Fund.


Advantage's Modular Carbon Capture and Storage first commercial deployment

(Apr 05 2021) Advantage Oil & Gas and Allardyce Bower Consulting Ltd. (ABC) have jointly developed carbon capture and storage technology capable of commercial profitability at a carbon price below CDN$50/tonne.



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Issue 79 - Jan - Feb 2021

CCUS in the UK: Building on the “ten point plan” .. A net zero UK Oil & Gas industry .. Southampton researchers’ solution for turning carbon emissions into plastics Review of 2020 - the Gorgon project celebrated one Mt of CO2 stored .. How the US 4.....