Baker Hughes and Borg CO2 collaborate on CCS hub in Norway

(Jun 23 2021) The companies will work together on a carbon capture and storage project to serve as a hub for the decarbonization of industrial sites in the Viken region of Norway.


DNV wins CO2 pipeline study contract

(Jun 23 2021) DNV has been awarded the contract for a CCS pipeline materials study by Neptune Energy Netherlands to assess the fracture and suitability of offshore pipelines for re-use in CO2 transport.


Phoenix BioPower and Drax look to reduce BECCS cost

(Jun 22 2021) Phoenix BioPower’s study will investigate how the latest energy efficient turbine technology could reduce the costs of new build bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) plants.


Wyoming, Texas researchers study barriers to CCUS

(Jun 21 2021) A University of Wyoming economist has joined colleagues from the University of Texas-Austin for a major study of economic and political barriers related to carbon capture, use and storage.


Pertamina collaborates on CCUS study for Gundih field in Indonesia

(Jun 20 2021) Pertamina is working with JANUS, JGC Corporation, J-Power, and the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) through a Joint Study Agreement.


Sulzer and Blue Planet announce partnership to reduce CO2 emissions

(Jun 20 2021) Sulzer is enabling the further development and optimization of Blue Planet’s innovative carbon mineralization process for CCUS solutions.


Pembina and TC Energy partner on CCS pipeline, storage

(Jun 18 2021) The companies will jointly develop a world-scale carbon transportation and sequestration system capable of transporting more than 20 million tonnes of CO2 annually.


Climeworks air capture plant achieves DNV validation

(Jun 17 2021) Climeworks’ new large-scale direct air capture plant “Orca” has successfully achieved independent third-party validation from DNV.


DNV research highlights 10 energy systems technologies for decarbonisation

(Jun 16 2021) DNV has highlighted how 10 key energy transition technologies are expected to develop, compete, and interact over the next five years if global economies are to meet emissions reduction targets.


TECO 2030 and Chart developing CO2 capture and cryogenic storage on ships

(Jun 15 2021) The companies have signed an MoU to jointly develop technological solutions that will capture carbon dioxide emitted by ships and subsequently store it in liquid form.


Ørsted plans carbon capture at Avedøre Power Station in Denmark

(Jun 15 2021) Ørsted has identified the 100 MW straw-fired unit at the Avedøre Power Station in Copenhagen as the best point source of sustainable CO2 for the next phases of the Green Fuels for Denmark Power-to-X facility.


Canada launches consultations on investment tax credit for CCUS

(Jun 14 2021) The Department of Finance is launching consultations with stakeholders on the recent federal budget’s proposal to introduce a new investment tax credit for capital invested in CCUs projects.


Air Liquide supports decarbonization of Zeeland Refinery

(Jun 14 2021) ir Liquide Engineering & Construction has signed a contract with Zeeland Refinery, a joint venture between TotalEnergies and Lukoil, to provide a carbon capture and liquefaction solution in the Netherlands.


Air Products announces multi-billion dollar net-zero hydrogen complex in Canada

(Jun 14 2021) In conjunction with the Government of Canada and the Province of Alberta the company announced a multi-billion dollar plan to build a landmark new net-zero hydrogen energy complex in Edmonton.


MOL joins international think tank to accelerate CCUS

(Jun 14 2021) Mitsui O.S.K. Lines has joined the Australia-based Global CCS Institute (GCCSI).



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Issue 80 - Mar - Apr 2020

CCUS in the U.S.: Decarbonising the U.S. energy system by accelerating innovation .. Carbon Capture Coalition policy blueprint to accelerate CCS .. ExxonMobil to invest $3 billion in low carbon Drax applies to build BECCS power plant .. O.C.O Techno.....