Pathways to a low-carbon China

(Jul 15 2019) MIT study projects a key role for carbon capture and storage for China to fulfill it's climate change objectives.


UK Government must act urgently to maintain credibility on climate action

(Jul 10 2019) The UK has legislated for net-zero emissions by 2050 – now the UK Government must show it is serious about its legal obligations to tackle and prepare for climate change says the Committee on Climate Change.


Sheffield project turns CO2 into fertiliser

(Jul 08 2019) Carbon dioxide captured from the atmosphere could be used to restore degraded soils, save water and boost crop yields.


Carbon capture & conversion technologies can help grow Canadian economy says report

(Jul 03 2019) A new study demonstrates the value of carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) technologies to the Canadian economy and to global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


Carbon Clean Solutions partners with Dutch firm DAREL

(Jul 02 2019) DAREL is a Dutch energy transition firm that aims to accelerate the move towards a renewable energy system.


Results of study into Enzymatic Technology for CO2 capture in industry

(Jul 02 2019) The technology appears to have significant environmental and operational advantages over alternative post-combustion capture technologies, such as advanced amine technology.


Tata Chemicals Europe to build UK's largest Carbon Capture & Use plant

(Jul 01 2019) Tata Chemicals Europe (“TCE”) has unveiled plans to build the UK’s first industrial-scale CCU Demonstration Plant, which will reduce its carbon emissions, whilst ensuring a secure, sustainable supply of carbon dioxide - a raw mat...


CBI recommends new nuclear and carbon capture to reach net zero in UK

(Jun 28 2019) The UK should build new nuclear power stations and scale up carbon capture technology and infrastructure to reach the Government’s target of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, according to the CBI.


Sotacarbo and University of Melbourne sign CCS Collaboration Agreement

(Jun 28 2019) The Peter Cook Centre for CCS Research at The University of Melbourne and the Italian research company, Sotacarbo, will work together to develop collaborative research projects to tackle global warming.


Senate passes the Bipartisan USE IT Act

(Jun 28 2019) The USEIT Act will help develop and deploy the next generation of carbon capture and utilization technologies.


ExxonMobil partners with Global Thermostat CO2 removal tech

(Jun 28 2019) ExxonMobil and Global Thermostat have signed a joint development agreement to advance breakthrough technology that can capture and concentrate carbon dioxide emissions from industrial sources, including power plants, and the atmosphere.


UK awards £26 million to accelerate rollout of carbon capture and storage

(Jun 27 2019) 9 companies including Tata Chemicals have secured £26 million of government funding, in addition to industry backing, to advance the rollout of CCUS in the UK.


First snapshots of trapped CO2 molecules shed new light on carbon capture

(Jun 27 2019) Scientists from the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Stanford University have taken the first images of carbon dioxide molecules within a molecular cage.


University of Sheffield awarded funding for new £21 million Translational Energy Research Centre

(Jun 27 2019) The Translational Energy Research Centre will contribute to efforts to rollout carbon capture at scale by the 2030s..


BECCS critical to achieving a net zero Britain

(Jun 26 2019) A paper from the Renewable Energy Association (REA) outlines a number of possible policy options to develop BECCS, including increasing the UK total carbon price to £50t/CO2 from 2020.



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Issue 69 - May - June 2019

CCUS in Europe - CO2-DISSOLVED: combining CO2 geological storage with geothermal heat recovery .. Pathways to Net-Zero Emissions from EU Heavy Industry .. SINTEF - carbon capture is cheaper than ever UK Government should ‘green light’ carbon captur.....


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