Tagged With Carbon capture
BP and Linde plan Texas CCS project
17 May 2022
CCS will enable Linde to produce low-carbon hydrogen and take CO₂ from other emitters along Texas Gulf Coast industrial corridor
Snam backs CCS and hydrogen developer Storegga
16 May 2022
Italian gas network company becomes strategic shareholder as Storegga secures $63mn in third-round fundraise
BP and Equinor granted UK carbon storage licences
13 May 2022
East Coast Cluster reaches milestone as licences granted for four more sites in Southern North Sea
Japan’s oil sector steps up interest in CCS
4 May 2022
Companies urge government to finalise carbon-capture roadmap and legal frameworks
Advantage secures heavyweight CCS backing
25 April 2022
New partnership for Canadian producer’s carbon-capture JV aims to drive further expansion
ExxonMobil to assess Australian CCS potential
19 April 2022
Company is in talks with local industries to assess interest in Gippsland hub
CCUS sector seeks clearer policies on storage
8 April 2022
Regulatory and financial certainty needed to accelerate investment in long-term storage as carbon capture gains momentum
Climeworks secures $650mn to scale up direct air capture
7 April 2022
Swiss startup aims for megaton capacity by 2030
UK CCS projects at risk amid uncertainty over support
29 March 2022
Pipeline of projects has potential to exceed government’s 2035 target, but greater clarity on policy needed to unlock investment, says Carbon Capture and Storage Association
UK assesses projects for low-carbon clusters
23 March 2022
Government names developments qualifying for evaluation for connection to East Coast, Hynet and reserve Scottish clusters
World needs $15tn scale-up of emissions removals – ETC
10 March 2022
Combination of nature-based solutions and engineered technologies needed alongside decarbonisation to meet global climate goals, thinktank says in report
Neptune says CCS can take it beyond net-zero by 2030
2 March 2022
UK-based independent oil and gas producer says CCS capacity can exceed scope one and three emissions by end of decade
Dutch oil and gas sector drafting energy transition pledge
1 March 2022
The Netherlands wants to be the cleanest place in the world to produce offshore gas and to play its part in the energy transition by leading CCS and hydrogen projects, says chairman of Dutch oil and gas lobby group
Chevron ups investment in UK carbon capture developer
25 February 2022
US oil major makes second investment in London-based modular carbon capture developer Carbon Clean
UK and Scottish governments agree green freeport plan
15 February 2022
Bidding to open in spring for development of two hubs with 2045 net-zero targets
Equinor steps up emission reduction goals
10 February 2022
Norwegian energy group targets faster cuts in group-wide scope one and two emissions
Edmonton cement project signals Canada’s leading CCUS role
7 February 2022
Heidelbergcement and Enbridge collaborate on project at Edmonton plant with potential link into Wabamun Carbon Hub
Petronas works with Japex on CCS development
31 January 2022
Agreement is latest in series of CCS collaborations set up by Malaysian state oil and gas company in recent months
Shell targets new hydrogen and CCS projects in 2022
21 January 2022
Oil major must be a pace setter in energy transition with a bolder strategy, CEO Ben van Beurden says
China set to start up megaton CCUS project
20 January 2022
The development is aimed at providing enhanced oil recovery for Shandong’s Shengli oilfield
Outlook 2022: The greening of hydrocarbons
19 January 2022
A lower-carbon future will still involve fossil fuels
Outlook 2022: Financing the countdown to net zero
14 January 2022
Investor interest in financing the energy transition is strong, but availability of capital often hinges on the maturity of each market segment, while the time needed to realise returns is challenging
Rotterdam CCS project signs up four major users
20 December 2021
Porthos cluster project nearing FID as Shell, ExxonMobil, Air Liquide and Air Products sign final contracts
Australia and South Korea to finance hydrogen development
15 December 2021
Countries will each commit $35mn to collaboration on hydrogen, steel and CCS technologies
Outlook 2022: Profiting from the transition
1 December 2021
The shift to lower-carbon energy may disrupt legacy business models but will also present major opportunities for many oil and gas companies
Wintershall tests CO₂ in subsea gas pipes
30 November 2021
Existing offshore pipelines could be suited to transporting liquid CO₂, gas producer says
Freeport LNG plans CCS at Gulf Coast export facility
16 November 2021
Project would use Freeport-owned sequestration site less than half a mile from point of capture and could start up by late 2024
Sturgeon calls on Johnson to fast-track Acorn project
8 November 2021
Scottish cluster was not awarded track-one status under UK government’s CCS scheme
EU joins Gates in $1bn clean technology accelerator
3 November 2021
Focus on speeding up commercialisation of direct air capture, clean hydrogen, sustainable aviation fuel and long-range storage
Saudi Arabia signs up to net zero
3 November 2021
Riyadh insists carbon neutrality is compatible with plans to raise oil and gas production
Australia’s Moomba CCS project moves to FID
2 November 2021
Injection into depleted gas fields expected to start in 2024 as project qualifies for Australian carbon credits
Big potential seen for CCUS in Southeast Asia
27 October 2021
Technology uniquely positioned to support region’s decarbonisation of power generation and gas processing, conference panellists say
UK to unlock £90bn transition investment by 2030
20 October 2021
Renewables, CCS, nuclear and hydrogen are all earmarked for government support, according to a recently published strategy
CCUS gains momentum despite midstream challenges
6 October 2021
Major investment needed to expand CCUS infrastructure in US beyond existing use for enhanced oil recovery
Subsidies key to carbon capture growth
6 October 2021
Attempts to scale up CCUS have failed due to lack of guaranteed long-term revenue
Aker Carbon Capture pegs all-in CCS cost at €110/t
10 September 2021
Norwegian firm aims for 10mn t by 2025 and targets UK gas-fired power sector
The CCS revival – part three: Canada’s advance
6 September 2021
Proposals for six blue hydrogen-related projects are putting the nation at the forefront of the CCS sector
The CCS revival – part two: US dominance
1 September 2021
45Q tax credit and fuel standards are spurring industry on in the US, although blue hydrogen development is still slow
The CCS revival – part one: Global growth
27 August 2021
The technology is gaining traction as tax credits and rising carbon prices improve the economics of deployment in energy-intensive industries
Swiss Re signs world’s first ten-year DAC contract with Climeworks
26 August 2021
$10mn contract and strategic partnership aims to improve fundability of large-scale DAC
Virgin Atlantic signs up for Scottish DAC offsets
19 August 2021
Airline first in its sector to back Europe’s only large-scale direct-air-capture project
Greensand consortium pursues North Sea CCS pilot
18 August 2021
Pilot could inform full-scale project to capture and permanently store 4-8mn t CO₂/yr, developers say
BP doubles renewables pipeline
3 August 2021
Offshore wind investments in US and bids in Scotland will help to decarbonise firm’s portfolio
PE Live: Low-carbon technologies gaining momentum
30 July 2021
Green hydrogen and CCS can replicate progress of renewables but only with supportive government policy
Governments in race to unlock potential of CCS
29 July 2021
Policymakers must ensure key technology for reaching net-zero sustains momentum over the next decade
Gulf NOCs green their operations
19 July 2021
Pressure growing to abate emissions through deployment of solar and CCUS as oil production capacity continues to rise
UK Acorn CCS project signs up St Fergus gas terminals
16 July 2021
Boost for Scottish CCS cluster as it lines up SEGAL and FUKA gas processing terminals as first CCS customers
Acorn CCS project awards Feed contract
15 July 2021
Study will be carried out by Carbon Clean as part of preparation to start CCS operations by mid-decade
TotalEnergies and ExxonMobil eye France North Sea CCS
12 July 2021
Oil companies join Air Liquide, Borealis and Yara International in project to cut emissions in Normandy industrial basin
What is the energy transition?
2 July 2021
The future of energy is about more than just the move from fossil fuels to renewable power. It involves the decarbonisation of all sectors of the economy
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