How Carbon Utilization Will Be A Key Step in India's Climate Strategy
India has the potential to lead future CCUS development and deployment in Southeast Asia...
Experts Gathered in Guangdong for Discussion about Carbon Capture and Utilization
From April 24th to 25th, the China-UK (Guangdong) CCUS center (i.e., Guangdong South Carbon Capture and Storage Industry Center) hosted the 4th international professional workshop for carbon capture, utilization and storage of guangdong province and other related activities in Guangzhou with the scheme for knowledge sharing and capacity building...
Soaking Up Metals Improves Carbon Capture
Mine-based adsorbents that can soak up carbon dioxide have been made fifty times more stable thanks to efforts by Minkee Choi from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at KAIST, the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. The novel materials are much more resistant to oxidative damage than their predecessors and could take us a step closer to a tenable CO2-trapping system for combating the effects of rising atmospheric concentrations of this greenhouse gas on global warming and climate change...
Class Introduction –Climate Finance and CCUS Administrative Class
This course covers the key success factors, implementation and management for the development of CCUS and ETS in China - including „why“, „what“ and „how to do“, as well as sharing the knowledge and project experience with the CCUS and ETS expert. whether you are working for government agencies, state-owned enterprises or private enterprises, you will be able to effectively use the practical knowledge and experience in this course to get the key knowledge and information...
Pearl River Mouth Basin Under Review as CO2 Store
Scottish and Chinese scientists are examining whether storage of carbon dioxide (CO2) in deep subsurface rocks is feasible in China’s Pearl River Mouth basin...
Canadian & Chinese cleantech organizations sign agreement
Vancouver, B.C. -- March 14, 2018 -- An agreement signed today by Canadian company CMC Research Institutes (CMCRI) and the Guangdong CCUS Centre in China marks the start of a collaboration that will accelerate the development of clean technologies in both countries.
AGR to Manage Offshore Gippsland Basin CO2 Storage Project
AGR Australia has a contract from the Victorian government to manage its CarbonNet offshore appraisal well drilling program...
UAE's ADNOC Says to Expand Use of Carbon Capture Technology
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has announced plans to significantly expand its use of carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) technology to meet a six-fold increase in the use of CO2 for enhanced oil recovery over the next 10 years...
Construction for Guangdong Province’s First Carbon Capture Test Platform Starts in China Resources’ Haifeng Power Plant
In January 15th, the commencement ceremony for China Resources’ Haifeng power plant carbon capture test platform held in Haifeng, which marks the starts of construction for the first ultra clean emissions based ultra-supercritical coal-fired power plant carbon capture test platform...
MHI to License CO2 Capture Technology to Major Russian Chemical Company Metafrax
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) has concluded an agreement to license technology for its flue gas carbon dioxide (CO2) capture plant to PJSC Metafrax, a major Russian chemical company. Metafrax will use recovered CO2 to produce ammonia, urea, and melamine from the byproducts of a methanol plant. The plant will provide recovery capacity of 1,200 tonnes per day, and will be installed at a facility in Perm, located on the western side of the Ural Mountains, scheduled for completion in 2021...
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