Standard Lithium installs Carbon Capture Pilot Plant

(Jan 31 2023) The Pilot Plant has been successfully installed at the final testing location in southern Arkansas where it will assess the technical and financial viability of capturing CO2 directly from natural gas burning flue-gas streams.

ExxonMobil awards FEED for world's largest low-carbon hydrogen facility

(Jan 31 2023) Technip Energies will conduct the FEED. The project targets 1 billion cubic feet of low-carbon hydrogen per day, while capturing more than 98% of associated CO2 emissions.

Calix consortium to manufacture sustainable fuels from captured CO2

(Jan 30 2023) The Solar Methanol Project, of which Calix is a consortium member, has been awarded funding to develop the production of sustainable fuels from captured process CO2 emissions.

PETRONAS and ExxonMobil sign CCS project development agreements

(Jan 30 2023) The companies signed two Project Development Agreements to jointly pursue Carbon Capture and Storage activation projects in Malaysia.

Equinor awards Linde major FEED contract advancing H2H Saltend

(Jan 30 2023) Equinor has awarded a Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) contract for H2H Saltend to Linde Engineering, and an operation and maintenance service contract to BOC.

Eni launches a major gas development project in Libya

(Jan 30 2023) The project also includes the construction of a Carbon Capture and Storage facility at Mellitah, allowing a significant reduction of the overall carbon footprint.

UK Northwest region sets out decarbonisation cluster plan

(Jan 29 2023) The North West Cluster Plan sets out the action needed to supercharge the region’s green industrial revolution and deliver the UK’s first zero carbon cluster by 2040.

Eni and Sonatrach agree to jointly develop CCS projects

(Jan 29 2023) The companies will identify opportunities for the reduction of greenhouse gas and methane gas emissions and will define energy efficiency initiatives, renewable energy developments, green hydrogen projects and carbon dioxide capt...

Japanese companies agree to develop CCS value chain

(Jan 26 2023) Four companies have signed an agreement for a joint feasibility study on a large-scale and wide-area CCS value chain project using ship transportation for companies that emit CO2 in Japan.

Nippon Steel, Mitsubishi Corporation and ExxonMobil to evaluate CCS value chain

(Jan 26 2023) The companies will jointly study carbon capture and storage and the establishment of potential CCS value chains in the Asia Pacific regions.

PNNL reveals 'cheapest' CO2 capture at $39 per metric ton

(Jan 24 2023) Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have created a new system that efficiently captures CO2 - the least costly to date - and converts it into one of the world’s most widely used chemicals: methanol.

ANDRITZ enters into a strategic partnership on carbon capture for the maritime industry

(Jan 24 2023) International technology group ANDRITZ has entered into a strategic partnership with MISC to develop carbon capture equipment for the maritime industry.

Honeywell provides carbon capture technology for PTTEP

(Jan 23 2023) Honeywell has been selected as the carbon capture technology provider for PTTEP for the Arthit Carbon Capture and Storage Project in Arthit Gas Field in the Gulf of Thailand.

World's first carbon capture pilot for smelters inaugurated at Elkem

(Jan 23 2023) The Mobile Test Unit (MTU), delivered by Aker Carbon Capture, is now connected to Elkem's plant in Rana, Norway, which produces high-purity ferrosilicon and microsilica.

UAE and UK sign MoU to drive energy sector

(Jan 23 2023) The Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure signed a MoU with the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy in the UK.

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Issue 90 - Nov - Dec 2022

CCUS in Asia - Lignik: converting CO2 into sustainable building materials .. Appraisal of CO2 capture schemes from a Saudi Aramco gas processing facility Global Status of CCS 2022 - sector well placed for deployment .. World’s first commercial scale.....