OGCI and StenaBulk find marine carbon capture to be technically feasible

(Nov 23 2021) The study investigated the potential of capturing carbon from the exhaust gases of the large internal combustion engines that large ships predominantly use for propulsion.


JOGMEC and Alberta further cooperation in CCS, hydrogen

(Nov 23 2021) JOGMEC has agreed with the Province of Alberta, Canada, to promote further cooperation in CCS, hydrogen and fuel ammonia production.


Air Liquide and BASF welcome EU support for Antwerp project

(Nov 22 2021) The companies are planning the world's largest cross-border CCS value chain to significantly reduce CO2 emissions at the industrial cluster in the port of Antwerp.


Technip Energies partners with Svante on CCUS projects

(Nov 22 2021) The partnership will explore industrial scale CCUS project opportunities and further develop Svante’s solid sorbent carbon capture technology.


Neste receives EU funding for Porvoo refinery project

(Nov 22 2021) The EU Innovation Fund has awarded EUR 88 million to Neste’s green hydrogen and CO2 capture & storage project.


Alberta invests $131m in CCUS and energy efficiency projects

(Nov 22 2021) Seven projects will receive funding from Alberta’s Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction (TIER) fund.


Aker Carbon Capture to start Twence waste to energy project

(Nov 19 2021) Aker Carbon Capture is preparing to deliver a Just Catch™ modular carbon capture plant to Twence's waste-to-energy plant in Hengelo in the Netherlands.


DNV and Equinor partner on software for safe CCS

(Nov 18 2021) Equinor has partnered with DNV for the next three years of further development of DNV’s KFX™ CO2 computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software for modelling CO2 leaks.


Talos Energy and Freeport LNG developing Texas CCS project

(Nov 16 2021) The companies will develop the Freeport LNG CCS project next to Freeport LNG's natural gas pretreatment facilities located near Freeport, Texas, on the Gulf Coast.


JOGMEC joins the CCS+ initiative

(Nov 15 2021) Japan Oil, Gas, and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) joined the CCS+ initiative, which aims to develop standards for carbon accounting methodologies by CCS activities.


Cory plans world’s biggest energy from waste decarbonisation project

(Nov 14 2021) Cory intends to apply CCS technology to the UK’s largest single-site energy from waste (EfW) operation, with the potential to create the world’s largest single-site EfW decarbonisation project.


DOE invests $45 Million in carbon storage technologies for building materials

(Nov 14 2021) The funding will help remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere during production and development of building materials


CGG licenses seismic data to Northern Lights for CO2 storage

(Nov 12 2021) CGG has licensed its high-end Northern Viking Graben multi-client seismic data set in the Northern North Sea to Northern Lights JV DA, for use in its ongoing and future CO2 storage developments.


Shell, RWE partner on hydrogen, CCS

(Nov 11 2021) The aim of the MoU is to identify concrete project options which could then be developed toward investment decisions.


A worldwide overview of carbon capture, usage and storage patents

(Nov 10 2021) Part of a series of short reports looking at the worldwide patenting of green technologies, this report from the UK Government focuses on the CCUS patent landscape.



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