Which products are best suited for emerging carbon capture technologies?

(Sep 02 2021) A University of Michigan study has analysed 20 potential uses of captured carbon dioxide in three categories: concrete, chemicals and minerals and ranked them by climate benefit.


LYTT collaborates with SINTEF on CO2 smart monitoring

(Sep 01 2021) They are collaborating to demonstrate the effectiveness of novel technology to monitor CO2 transport and migration in storage reservoirs.


Electrification not enough to meet net zero target: DNV

(Sep 01 2021) Hard-to-decarbonize sectors - heavy industry, shipping, trucking and aviation - need significant research, development and investment now warns DNV's Energy Transition Outlook 2021.


Climeworks and Swiss Re sign DAC purchase agreement

(Aug 26 2021) Swiss Re has signed the world’s first 10-year carbon removal purchase agreement with direct air capture and storage worth 10 million USD.


TGS announces CCS technology pilot with Magseis Fairfield

(Aug 25 2021) The project will use high-resolution 3D seismic acquisition in Norway at a carbon storage area to demonstrate technology for detailed imaging of the full section from the seabed to the target storage reservoir.


Wood sees CCUS growth potential

(Aug 25 2021) Wood has secured more than 20 individual CCUS related contracts since the beginning of the year to accelerate decarbonisation and emissions reduction activities.


Summit Carbon Solutions awards contracts on "world's largest" CCUS project

(Aug 25 2021) The awards have advanced the $4.5 billion Midwest Carbon Express project towards its commissioning date in 2024.


Worley wins engineering contract for Shell Canada CCS project

(Aug 25 2021) The company will provide preliminary front-end engineering and design services for Shell Canada's proposed Polaris CCS project.


Texas A&M Energy Institute and AIR TO EARTH partner

(Aug 25 2021) The organisations will develop new materials and methods to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.


Maersk orders 8 vessels running on carbon neutral methanol

(Aug 25 2021) In the first quarter of 2024, A.P. Moller - Maersk will introduce the first in a groundbreaking series of 8 large ocean-going container vessels capable of being operated on carbon neutral methanol.


U.S. DoE awards $24 Million for Direct Air Capture

(Aug 23 2021) The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced $24 million in funding for nine research projects to explore and develop new methods of capturing and storing carbon from the air.


Storegga signs deal for Direct Air Capture with Virgin Atlantic

(Aug 19 2021) Virgin has signed an MoU to become a customer for the company’s proposed large scale UK Direct Air Capture plant.


U.S. DOE awards $6 Million for direct air capture projects

(Aug 19 2021) Four additional research and development projects will receive $6 million to study new structured material systems and/or component designs for direct air capture (DAC) technology.


BEIS launches climate services for a Net Zero resilient world

(Aug 19 2021) A new programme called CS_NOW will produce world-class research and advice to help the UK deliver on net zero targets.


APPEA CEO says CCS is key to a net zero Australia

(Aug 19 2021) Australian Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) Conference told that if the world can fast track and scale up CCS development it will lead to net zero emissions quicker.



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Issue 82 - July - Aug 2021

CCUS in Australia: Carbon Capture absorbent development at CSIRO Energy .. Santos CEO calls on Australia to be ‘CCS superpower’ .. Australia invests $50 million in six projects Mitsubishi: enabling the future of CCUS on the route to Net Zero .. Incr.....