Tagged With Carbon capture
CCUS needs better credit rating visibility
16 April 2021
Assessments of firm’s ESG performance does not adequately take into account key technology, says panel
Shell submits net-zero plan to shareholders
15 April 2021
Decarbonisation targets are linked to the remuneration of Shell employees
DNV establishes guidelines for CCUS pipelines
8 April 2021
Standards will help with the construction of new infrastructure and repurposing of old pipelines
Occidental to utilise carbon dioxide in bioethylene plant
7 April 2021
US oil and gas firm to expand partnership with Cemvita Factory to commercialise process
Oil firms insist fossil fuels have a role in the transition
26 March 2021
Pivot from oil to gas and development of CCS will form initial part of firms’ decarbonisation strategies
Carbon capture to play key role in Mol strategy
17 March 2021
The Hungarian oil and gas firm aims to build a business on the back of not only its own carbon emissions, but also those of third parties
UK splits £171mn across nine CCS and hydrogen projects
17 March 2021
UKRI competition is latest stage of mission to create first net-zero industrial cluster by 2040
WEC calls to ‘humanise’ global energy system
17 March 2021
World Energy Council report finds that energy leaders’ perceptions of risk and strategic priorities have changed
North Sea transition set to boost growth and jobs
12 March 2021
Jobs in hydrogen, wind and CCS can offset decline in oil and gas sector
Climeworks and Northern Lights explore direct air capture project
9 March 2021
Companies have agreed to investigate building full-chain CO2 removal and storage in Norway
Multiple business models key to CCS by 2030–CeraWeek
2 March 2021
The emergence of diverse sequestration technologies, supported by incentives such as the US 45Q tax credits, will be essential to widespread adoption
No magic bullet to get us to net-zero carbon—IP Week
24 February 2021
Too much weight is being put on CCS and offsets to decarbonise the energy sector
Neptune sees near-term potential for Dutch CCS
23 February 2021
Once the parameters are established, the Netherlands’ offshore gas infrastructure could be capturing material volumes of carbon by mid-decade
UK CCS clusters vie for first-phase funding
15 February 2021
Six clusters have been developed—but not all of them meet the ideal criteria for the initial round of state funding
Direct air capture technologies vie for pre-eminence
8 February 2021
Capture and storage of CO2 is attracting interest from non-energy corporations seeking to achieve net-zero emissions
CO2 ‘conversion’ key to China decarbonisation
3 February 2021
Chinese-Canadian firm says high costs of CCUS can be mitigated if extracted carbon is used to create valuable products
UK needs to be ‘more aspirational’ in transition roadmap
2 February 2021
Rapid delivery at scale of CCUS and hydrogen will depend on government policy, transferrable skills and technology
ExxonMobil launches Low Carbon Solutions business
2 February 2021
Major aims to commercialise emission-reduction technology, with an initial focus on extending its involvement in CCS
ExxonMobil launches Low Carbon Solutions business
2 February 2021
Major aims to commercialise emission-reduction technology, with an initial focus on extending its involvement in CCS
CCS could be ‘trillion-dollar industry’ – Baker Hughes AM 2021
2 February 2021
Developing carbon capture and storage will be essential to the oil and gas industry remaining relevant
CCS could be ‘trillion-dollar industry’ – Baker Hughes AM 2021
2 February 2021
Developing carbon capture and storage will be essential to the oil and gas industry remaining relevant
CCS could be ‘trillion-dollar industry’ – Baker Hughes AM 2021
2 February 2021
Developing carbon capture and storage will be essential to the oil and gas industry remaining relevant
CC(U)S—Spotting problems in the pipeline
28 January 2021
Even though the carbon capture sector is only just taking off, those thinking about getting involved need to consider the costs of decommissioning
LNG’s future depends on value chain decarbonisation
14 January 2021
Coal-replacement has made a huge contribution to CO2 mitigation, but LNG’s social licence will increasingly depend on reducing its carbon profile
US CCS poised for expansion
13 January 2021
Important updates to the legislation that covers 45Q tax credits mean the industry can now implement plans held up by financing uncertainty
Denmark bets on new technologies to reach 70pc CO2 cuts
4 January 2021
Denmark will probably need CCS and hydrogen to meet its ambitious target of cutting GHG emissions by 70pc by 2030—twice the reduction it has achieved to date
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