Norway's Increased Efforts on Carbon Capture and Storage
In the national budget for 2019, the Norwegian government proposes to allocate about NOK 670 million to work on CCS. This is an increase of more than NOK 160 million compared to the final budget for 2018...
New Catalyst Opens Door to Carbon Dioxide Capture in Conversion of Coal to Liquid Fuels
Researchers from the National Institute of Clean-and-Low-Carbon Energy in Beijing and Eindhoven University of Technology have developed iron-based catalysts that substantially reduce operating costs and open the door to capturing the large amounts of CO2 that are generated by CTL. Their results are published in the journal Science Advances...
The Future of UK’s Oil and Gas Industry Lies in Offshore Carbon Storage
A multi-billion-pound industry that can deliver effective climate action and a viable future for the UK’s oil and gas industry is being imperilled by slow decision-making within government, a parliamentary committee will hear today...
New Facility Aims to Convert 150 Tons of CO2 to Natural Gas Per Year
A recently-opened facility in Italy creates renewable natural gas from atmospheric carbon dioxide, water, and electricity...
Technology Center Mongstad: Major American Company Will Test New Technology for Carbon Capture at Mongstad
The engineering- and construction company Fluor has signed an agreement for use of the test facility Technology Center Mongstad (TCM) in Nordhordland...
Psychologists Test Societal Acceptance of Underground Storage of CO2
Leiden psychologists Emma Mors and Christine Boomsma examined the public perception and acceptance around the capture and storage of carbon dioxide as part of the ALIGN CCUS European research programme...
Using A Cerium Catalyst To Capture CO2
A new catalyst could capture and transform carbon dioxide – creating useful chemicals from a greenhouse gas...
Climeworks Raises USD 30.8 Million to Commercialize Carbon Dioxide Removal Technology
The company has raised CHF 30.5 million (USD 30.8 million) in equity funding from a group of existing and new private investors, as well as from Zurich Cantonal Bank...
CO2 Separating Membranes Developed at Imperial Could Make Carbon Capture More Efficient
The membrane, developed by researchers at Imperial College London performs better than traditional materials when used for carbon dioxide capture from power plants...
Ucalgary Field Research Station to Test Nanoparticles to Better Monitor Subsurface CO2
More than a dozen PhD students and postdocs from Norway have been learning about techniques being developed at the University of Calgary to use nanoparticles to monitor CO2 in the subsurface...
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