Tagged With Carbon capture
Scientists claim CCS research platform can bridge ‘valley of death’
18 July 2024
Platform developed at Scottish university uses advanced simulations and machine learning to find most cost-effective and sustainable combinations of materials for use in carbon capture
Air Liquide to supply liquid carbon dioxide tech to Stockholm BECCS
18 July 2024
Stockholm Exergi agrees to one of world’s largest deployments of CO₂ liquefication technology to enable transport of emissions captured from biomass power plant
SLB sees competing forces shaping global CCS sector
9 July 2024
Recent headwinds have cooled the US market, while growth in Asia accelerates as robust policies kick in, Damien Gerard, vice-president of CCS at global technology company SLB, tells Carbon Economist
Shell doubles down with Canada FIDs
28 June 2024
Oil major takes FIDs on its Polaris carbon-capture project at Scotford refinery and chemicals complex and Atlas Carbon Storage Hub
Higher carbon prices give boost to industrial CCS
27 June 2024
Improved financial incentives are spurring investment in CCS in industry, although challenges remain in sectors such as steel and cement
Carbon shipping vital for EU CCS value chain
26 June 2024
Maritime technology will help industry scale and enable the development of CCS projects in Southern Europe
Letter on carbon: Watershed moment for CCS
25 June 2024
Growing realisation that CO₂ from emissions-heavy sectors will need to be addressed and a collective response may have seen the pendulum swing
Denmark grants first exploration licences for onshore storage
21 June 2024
Wintershall Dea and Equinor target CO₂ onshore injections by end of decade as push to expand European storage capacity gathers pace
Enerflex and BASF to collaborate in CCUS applications
20 June 2024
Enerflex and BASF have entered a memorandum of understanding to jointly facilitate the commercial scale deployment of carbon capture, utilisation and storage applications.
NEXTCHEM awarded PDP contract for multi-billion-euro Hail and Ghasha project
20 June 2024
MAIRE announced that NEXTCHEM (Sustainable Technology Solutions) will act as technology design integrator to develop the process design package (PDP) for the hydrogen and carbon dioxide (CO2) recovery unit of the Hail and Ghasha gas development project.
Green Plains updates on Nebraska carbon capture project
20 June 2024
Green Plains Inc. announced that the construction management agreements have been executed and the major equipment necessary to capture the carbon from its Nebraska facilities has been ordered.
SLB–Aker venture targets global market with disruptive tech
18 June 2024
Oslo-based joint venture officially launches as SLB closes deal to buy 80% of Norway’s Aker Carbon Capture
Equinor agrees project to tap Dunkirk emissions
18 June 2024
State-backed energy firm agrees with French TSO GRTgaz to develop links into Norwegian CO₂ storage
Wood completes FEED scope for Saudi AACS project
11 June 2024
Phase one of project will capture CO₂ from Aramco gas plant facilities near Jubail on Saudi Arabia’s east coast
Energean forms new unit for Mediterranean CCS push
6 June 2024
EnEarth subsidiary aims to develop low-carbon hub around Prinos storage site in Aegean Sea off northern Greece
Australian CCS stagnates amid political hesitation
4 June 2024
Government’s latest budget suggests it remains on the fence about the role of CCS in the energy transition
German cabinet backs CCS strategy
4 June 2024
Germany moves a step closer to large-scale deployment with federal cabinet’s adoption of carbon management strategy and draft law changes
EU needs ’extraordinary effort’ to meet CCS goals
21 May 2024
Denmark and the Netherlands stand out as CCS champions but too many other member states have yet to recognise the importance of the technology, warns lobby group CCS Europe
ArcelorMittal launches carbon capture pilot at Belgian complex
21 May 2024
Europe’s largest steelmaker starts up project at Ghent site as it pursues CCS as third pillar of decarbonisation strategy
Climeworks fires up Mammoth DAC plant
10 May 2024
Launch of project powered by geothermal energy in Iceland marks step forward in push to scale up expensive direct-air-capture technology
Australia’s CCS sector needs state backing to thrive
3 May 2024
Developers look to government’s forthcoming budget to restore support as industry suffers loss of momentum
Saudi Aramco seen achieving its CCUS goals
1 May 2024
Abundant storage and low cost of capturing CO₂ from sharply rising gas production mean NOC’s ambitious CCUS targets look well within reach
Carbon price certainty key to hastening oil sands decarbonisation
29 April 2024
Canada’s oil sands producers need policy certainty to make the multibillion-dollar investments needed to achieve net zero, Pathways Alliance president Kendall Dilling tells Carbon Economist
No rapid buildout seen for CCS in China
25 April 2024
Carbon capture rates forecast to rise steadily from end of decade, but policy tools to drive large-scale deployment have yet to take shape, according to DNV
Letter on carbon: Free movement
23 April 2024
Europe must unlock cross-border CO₂ trade if it wants to build a viable CCS sector for the long term
Gulf Coast CCUS draws new entrants as projects advance
16 April 2024
US and European oil majors snap up smaller players and look to accelerate development in a region deemed to possess all the key elements for successful CCUS deployment
Voluntary carbon market defies the odds
15 April 2024
Demand for credits seen rising 20% this year despite issues around integrity and standardisation
Carbon markets alone will not deliver CCS at scale
11 April 2024
Volatile allowance prices and small size of voluntary market undermine ability to drive investment, says Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
Chevron invests in carbon capture tech firm
8 April 2024
Chevron New Energies is lead investor in funding round by Colorado-based provider of post-combustion capture technology
Stanlow offers blueprint for low-carbon refining
4 April 2024
EET’s $2.4b plan to decarbonise major refinery in northwest England hits key milestone with CO₂ pipeline approval
Letter on carbon: SLB’s early-stage tech play
2 April 2024
US firm’s deal with Aker Carbon Capture could be catalyst for growth in a sector hampered by high costs
SLB buys majority of Aker Carbon Capture for $380m
28 March 2024
US company aims to accelerate deployment of new technologies offered by Norwegian pureplay CCS firm
UK poised for surge in CCS investment
26 March 2024
Country has Europe’s largest CO₂ storage potential but regulatory and policy issues must be resolved to enable growth, says Offshore Energies UK
US offers record $6b funding to hard-to-abate sectors
26 March 2024
Largest investment to date will support emission reduction projects across multiple sectors including refining, steel and cement
Shell eyes 75% capacity boost at Quest CCS
15 March 2024
Oil major explores potential expansion of Canadian project as investment in CCS gathers pace
Germany throws its weight behind CCS
27 February 2024
Government proposes support for deployment in hard-to-abate sectors and commits to ratify key London Protocol amendment under long-awaited carbon management strategy
German energy firms power up UK CCS push
22 February 2024
Uniper and RWE advance multiple projects to deploy CCS at new and existing gas-fired power plants
Indonesia eyes carbon imports from Singapore
20 February 2024
Countries work together on cross-border projects as Indonesia positions itself as Asian storage hub
Heidelberg advances Alberta CCUS project
19 February 2024
Cement producer awards FEED contract for large-scale project but stresses need to finalise federal and provincial funding
US backs CCS tech projects with $304m
12 February 2024
Government selects four large-scale projects spanning power, refining and paper sectors to receive funding to pilot transformational technologies
DAC takes centre stage in EU carbon strategy
7 February 2024
Carbon removal technology instrumental in meeting 2040 and 2050 emissions targets, European Commission says
UK’s first cement sector CCS project advances
6 February 2024
Germany-based Heidelberg Materials awards FEED contracts for £400m project at its Padeswood plant in Wales
Broker launches insurance against carbon leakage
30 January 2024
London-based Howden says new product can boost bankability of CCS projects by addressing key risk
Letter on carbon: Backing Beccs
19 January 2024
Drax Power has secured planning permission to start developing one of the world’s largest commercial projects, but how robust is the argument for deploying Beccs at scale?
CCUS: Five things to watch in 2024
16 January 2024
Investment in CCUS will accelerate this year as developers weigh short-term cost pressures and regulatory risk against the technology’s long-term potential
Adnoc buys into UK CCS developer Storegga
11 January 2024
Emirati energy company takes 10.1% stake in first international investment in carbon management sector
Outlook 2024: The energy trilemma – Sustainability, security & affordability
5 January 2024
Key trends identified as drivers of the trilemma
Multiple challenges hinder China CCUS expansion
15 December 2023
Greater collaboration with international developers could spur sector’s growth as it grapples with high costs and lack of effective business models, report says
Outlook 2024: CCS projects outlook in 2024
7 December 2023
An ambitious pipeline of CCS projects through 2030 shows optimism for the sector
Letter on carbon: Talk of the town
4 December 2023
CCUS is under the spotlight at COP28 in Dubai as policymakers increasingly look to tap its potential to tackle hard-to-abate emissions
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