ETI appoints Pale Blue Dot Energy consortium for North Sea CO2 storage appraisal

(May 23 2015) The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has selected a consortium led by Aberdeen-based consultancy Pale Blue Dot Energy to deliver a project which will identify the next phase of sites deep under the seabed in UK waters to store...


University of Calgary to lead CREATE student training program in carbon capture

(May 23 2015) A new federal grant for the University of Calgary will provide a comprehensive training opportunity for students working on CCS.


CO2 Solutions announces successful start-up of demonstration plant

(May 23 2015) The 10 tonnes per day (tpd) CO2 capture demonstration project at Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec has undergone successful first commissioning.


Chris Davies: we’ll need EU CCS to reach the targets

(May 22 2015) Chris Davies, former EU MEP and rapporteur for carbon capture and storage, believes that European countries will support carbon capture once they realise they need it to meet their targets


Carbon Clean Solutions awarded "most promising new technology"

(May 08 2015) Carbon Clean Solutions, a company which makes carbon capture solvents based in Mumbai, Berkshire (UK) and Cumming (USA), has won an award for 'most promising new technology' at the 2015 Cleantech Forum Europe, held in Florence.


Pre-feasibility study on potential full-scale CCS projects in Norway

(May 08 2015) Gassnova has delivered a study on potential full-scale CCS projects in Norway to the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy.


Can carbon dioxide be stored safely offshore?

(May 08 2015) Research Project ECO2 presents approach for a sound environmental risk assessment of sub-seabed CO2 storage.


Mott MacDonald appointed on Peterhead CCS project

(May 08 2015) Mott MacDonald has been awarded a contract by Shell UK Limited to provide project management organisation services during the front end engineering design (FEED) phase of the Peterhead CCS project in north east Scotland.


CO2 Solutions brings forward operation of its carbon capture demonstration

(May 08 2015) CO2 Solutions has brought forward operation of its 10 tonne per day carbon capture demonstration project, in order to pursue commercial opportunities.


CO2 injection begins at Aquistore

(Apr 27 2015) The Aquistore Project has begun injecting carbon dioxide 3.4 km underground in Canada’s first deep saline CO2 storage project.


China Steel Corporation invests in LanzaTech

(Apr 25 2015) Taiwan's largest integrated steel maker, China Steel Corporation (CSC), has approved a 1400M TWD ($46M USD) capital investment in a LanzaTech commercial ethanol facility.


CCP launches phase four: mission to advance CCS for the oil and gas industry

(Apr 25 2015) The CCP (CO2 Capture Project) is now in its fourth phase, having officially extended its program by a further four years, beginning February 2015 and concluding at the end of 2018.


CO2 Solutions announces pilot test results

(Apr 24 2015) CO2 Solutions has announced the results of the pilot testing of CO2 Solutions’ carbon capture process, completed in January 2015.


U.S. DOE projects store 10M tonnes of CO2

(Apr 24 2015) In a landmark accomplishment, the U.S. Department of Energy has announced that a group of carbon capture and storage projects supported by the Department have safely captured 10 million metric tons of carbon dioxide.


CRI and MHPSE ally on power to methanol with CO2 capture

(Apr 19 2015) Carbon Recycling International (CRI) and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Europe (MHPSE) have formed a strategic alliance to deliver power-to-methanol solutions to increase operation efficiency of coal power and chemical plants.



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Issue 44 - Mar-Apr 2015

CCS in the UK - Three scenarios for building a UK CCS sector to 2030 - Low Carbon Scotland: Decarbonising industry and energy Catalysing North Sea action: A CCS Future for Europe - 2015: a defining year for CCS in the EU? - CCS deployment in the U.S.....


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