Tagged With Carbon capture
CCUS expansion gaining momentum – IDTechex
30 January 2023
Capacity will reach 1.8gt/yr of CO₂ by 2043, according to modelling by research agency
Japanese heavyweights get behind CCS
26 January 2023
Nippon Steel and Mitsubishi among a slew of major Japanese companies launching CCS initiatives as government sets out long-term roadmap
Norway claims first smelter CCS pilot
24 January 2023
Technology supplied by Aker Carbon Capture connected to ferroalloys production plant operated by Elkem in Rana, Norway
Paris goals demand rapid CDR scale-up
24 January 2023
Deployment of new carbon dioxide removal technologies such as Beccs and Daccs must accelerate over the next decade, says University of Oxford report
Equinor backs Beccs in joint Nordic initiative
18 January 2023
Norwegian energy firm launches Njord Carbon project to scale up carbon-removal technology together with Sodra and Verdane
Alaska looks to tap carbon markets
17 January 2023
US state’s governor proposes legislation to support expansion of CCS and generation of tradeable offsets
Trafigura backs DACS with credit purchase pledge
16 January 2023
Commodities trader signs up to carbon removal commitment set by First Movers Coalition
EU approves €1.1bn Danish CCS support scheme
13 January 2023
State government offers 20-year CfD to support deployment of carbon capture as key decarbonisation tool
Carbon at the centre of the energy transition
10 January 2023
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CCUS sector set for flurry of M&A
9 January 2023
More deals expected this year as developers seek capital and large firms look to build up portfolios, says Wood Mackenzie
Errai CCS hits milestone
6 January 2023
Developers of Norway’s first commercial carbon capture and storage project secure site for intermediate terminal in one of country’s largest industrial zones
Adnoc earmarks $15bn for decarbonisation
6 January 2023
Abu Dhabi’s state oil company to develop array of projects including CCS, carbon removal and electrification in major investment programme to 2030
Baker Hughes to supply compressors to Kasawari CCS
4 January 2023
Equipment will enable transportation and reinjection of CO₂ at world’s largest offshore carbon capture and storage project in Malaysia
Aker lines up order for modular CCS system
3 January 2023
Norwegian company signs letter of intent with European customer to supply standardised technology
CCS to gain momentum in 2023 – ING
3 January 2023
US takes lead in emerging sector as enhanced policy support drives growth
Gorgon injected a third of carbon dioxide last year
23 December 2022
Chevron-operated project injected just 1.65mn t of the 5mn t it produced
8 Rivers charts low-carbon path
22 December 2022
Firm sees DAC as an increasingly important technology in the transition
US backs DAC with $3.5bn hub fund
15 December 2022
Department of Energy launches programme to support development of four regional demonstration hubs for direct air capture at commercial scale
Stronger price signal could boost Aussie CCS
13 December 2022
Australia recently cut some funding for CCS, but reforms to the country’s Safeguard Mechanism may boost the industry
Woodside to work with Baker Hughes on low-carbon solutions
9 December 2022
Firms will collaborate on hydrogen, CCS and offshore technology projects across various regions
Keadby 3 reaches planning milestone
8 December 2022
The power-with-CCS project is the first of its kind to receiving planning permission in the UK
OECD nations lead on CCUS regulation
7 December 2022
Storage site inspections and measurement, monitoring and verification are vital for oversight of sector, says IEA
India needs CCS ramp-up to reach net zero
6 December 2022
Thinktank Niti Aayog says nation needs to capture and store 750mn t/yr of CO₂ to hit 2070 target
Sulzer and Blue Planet in new push for carbon-negative concrete
1 December 2022
Companies seek commercialisation of mineralisation technology to store carbon in limestone aggregate
Essar Oil to build CCS at Stanlow
30 November 2022
Carbon dioxide will be permanently sequestered into depleted gas fields under the sea in Liverpool Bay as part of the Hynet cluster
ExxonMobil and MHI to cooperate on CCS
30 November 2022
Two companies to develop large-scale infrastructure based on MHI’s liquid amine CCS technology
Strong support for CCUS in hydrocarbon processing sector – survey
29 November 2022
Carbon capture, utilisation and storage set to be mainstay of industry, according to majority of respondents to survey conducted by Gulf Energy Information
EU must clarify CO₂ removal rules
29 November 2022
Carbon removals proposal must prioritise emissions cuts and differentiate between short-term and long-term storage, according to NGOs
Direct air capture must cut costs to succeed
29 November 2022
Project developers believe dramatic reductions are possible, but only with global policy support
Norway and Switzerland cooperate on CCS
29 November 2022
Two governments in bilateral talks on potential cross-border projects on carbon capture and storage and CO₂ removal
UK urged to deliver on CCS infrastructure
24 November 2022
The government must make good on plans to support CO₂ pipeline transport and offshore geological storage infrastructure development for its track-one CCS clusters, thinktank says
Eni wins support for second UK CCS project
24 November 2022
Gas distributor Cadent and energy firm SSE Thermal among backers of project to store CO₂ in depleted North Sea gas field off eastern England
Petronas and Vopak cooperate on CCS
22 November 2022
Malaysian oil and gas company and Dutch storage firm to focus on potential projects in Singapore
Indonesia to develop 1bn t Sumatra CCS facility
10 November 2022
Conversion of depleted Arun gas field could be first commercial CCS project in Asia to offer open-access storage
8 Rivers and JX Nippon to work on CCS technology
10 November 2022
Firms intend to develop a gas calibration programme, aiming to burn previously unusable natural gas
EU to launch €3bn CCS funding round
1 November 2022
Money will come from the Innovation Fund, which has already provided €1.5bn in support to 11 carbon-capture projects
CCUS must grow 120-fold by 2050 to meet net zero
1 November 2022
Current rate of deployment too slow to meet even 2°C warming target, consultancy McKinsey says
Linde and SLB partner on CCUS
31 October 2022
The firms plan to focus on CCUS for natural gas processing, as well as hydrogen and ammonia production
CO₂ pipelines face US woes
28 October 2022
Developers are struggling with public perception and local engagement
Global CCS project pipeline grows 44pc in a year
17 October 2022
Thirty projects are in operation, but deployment needs to accelerate sharply to meet Paris Agreement goals, thinktank says
Cnooc ramps up wind development
4 October 2022
Chinese state oil company following in footsteps of European counterparts as it looks to decarbonise its portfolio
Chevron looks to reduce CCS costs
3 October 2022
The US oil major is investing in capture-technology startups and testing in San Joaquin Valley
North Sea CCS trials to start after cross-border deal
30 September 2022
Chemicals company Ineos to ship CO₂ from Belgium to Danish storage site in first North Sea trials after governments give green light
CCUS gains traction in China after slow start
26 September 2022
Country’s largest energy and industrial companies take the lead in early development ahead of wider deployment of technology
CCS poised for rapid growth in US
26 September 2022
Inflation Reduction Act and other government initiatives seen as catalysts for carbon-capture expansion across multiple industrial sectors, according to speakers at Transition Economist roundtable
Qatar works with GE to cut energy sector emissions
22 September 2022
State-owned QatarEnergy and technology company GE to develop roadmap for deployment of CCS, hydrogen and ammonia to cut scope one emissions
Shell and Mitsui partner on Asian CCS
9 September 2022
The firms will explore technical and commercial feasibility of CCS projects in Asia-Pacific, as well as options for shipping CO₂
Equinor and Wintershall launch major CCS project
30 August 2022
Open access pipeline will link north German CO₂ collection hub with offshore storage sites on Norwegian continental shelf
CCUS use must grow vastly to reach net zero
16 August 2022
Analysis of scenarios by Transition Economist shows that even recent positive developments are not consistent with required deployment pathways
Huge ramp-up in CCUS capacity needed – ETC
13 July 2022
Scale-up needed from 37mn t/yr of capture currently to at least 7gt CO₂/yr by 2050, says Energy Transitions Commission
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