The Climate Institute report shows crucial role of bio-CCS

(Apr 22 2014) Technologies that remove carbon pollution from the atmosphere are now central to a lower risk strategy to avoid climate change, finds a study by The Climate Institute.

CO2 Solutions and Husky Energy pilot project

(Apr 22 2014) CO2 Solutions will operate a pilot CO2 capture plant at Husky Energy's Saskatchewan heavy oil operations.

The role for CCS explained in latest IPCC report

(Apr 22 2014) CCS and bio-CCS technologies have been recognised by the IPCC as essential in the mix of climate mitigation technologies necessary to avoid the effects of climate change.

Washington University receives $3.4M for oxy-combustion research

(Apr 14 2014) Washington University in St. Louis has been granted a $3.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy.

Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage relaunches global CCS map

(Apr 14 2014) The Global CCS Map seeks to provide an accurate and trustworthy source of information on projects that support the development of the full CCS chain.

SaskPower and Vattenfall sign carbon capture agreement

(Apr 14 2014) The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed sets out the two parties’ intentions to explore opportunities for collaboration in order to advance their common interests concerning carbon capture and storage opportunities.

CO2 Solutions oil sands project moves to pilot stage

(Apr 14 2014) CO2 Solutions said it has exceeded the second set of technical performance milestones for its oil sands project.

Opportunity to visit White Rose Project

(Apr 09 2014) Local residents are being invited to attend public exhibitions in April to view plans for the new White Rose Carbon Capture & Storage Project proposal on land next to Drax Power Station.

Saskatchewan renews investment in CO2 storage research

(Apr 06 2014) The Saskatchewan Government has announced a new funding agreement with the Petroleum Technology Research Centre (PTRC).

TCM report on next generation CO2 capture technologies

(Apr 02 2014) CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) commissioned the report, which was compiled by the research organization SINTEF.

EU OCTAVIUS project reports on amine emissions

(Apr 02 2014) OCTAVIUS concludes that solvent and degradation products emissions should not be a showstopper for the majority of post-combustion CO2 capture processes implemented in industrial facilities.

CCEMC makes $65 million available for GHG reduction projects

(Mar 26 2014) The Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation (CCEMC) is inviting funding submissions for projects that will help Alberta to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

CCS on a roll at Edinburgh Science Festival

(Mar 23 2014) Two researchers from Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage will be demonstrating CCS at the Edinburgh Science Festival in April.

Linde Engineering to present CCS paper

(Mar 23 2014) Linde Engineering will present a paper on carbon capture from steam methane reformers at the American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM) Annual Meeting in Orlando.

New NRDC analysis shows U.S. can cut carbon emissions far more than projected

(Mar 23 2014) A Natural Resources Defense Council proposal on how to cut carbon pollution from America's power plants can achieve even greater reductions than previously thought, and at less cost, an updated analysis of NRDC's initial 2012 plan shows.


Issue 37 - Jan-Feb 2014

Review of 2013 - KEPCO’s new pilot plant - Algae biomass for CCS - UK CCS Research Centre - The importance of CCS for renewables - CCS in the UK - an interview with the Carbon Capture & Storage Association - ZERO - policy instruments for large-scale .....

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