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12/8/2017      UK  |  SCCS Responds to North Sea Captain CO2 Storage Findings
Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage (SCCS) says it welcomes new information provided by Heriot-Watt University which questions the suitability of the Captain Sandstone in the UK central North Sea for carbon dioxide (CO2) storage...
12/7/2017      UK  |  Acorn CCS Project Gets Under Way
Scotland's Acorn Project has begun a feasibility study after concluding funding from the European Union’s funding round Accelerating CCS Technologies (ACT)...
12/4/2017      Norway  |  Westec Successfully Passes Key Milestone with CO2 Capture Technology
The pilot-scale project has completed the initial testing phase, using independent testing at the SINTEF facility in Norway...
11/28/2017      UK  |  Surrey University Develops 'Supercatalyst' to Recycle Carbon Dioxide and Methane
The University of Surrey has developed a new and cost-effective catalyst to recycle two of the main causes behind climate change - carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4)...
11/27/2017      UK  |  Making Progress in Monitoring Offshore CO2 Storage Using Chemical Tracers
The benefits of knowledge sharing within the international carbon capture and storage (CCS) community have been highlighted by a new research paper, which focuses on the use of chemical tracers in CO2 leakage monitoring for offshore CCS projects worldwide...
11/24/2017      UK  |  Teesside Collective Says CO2 Plans Approved As a European Project Of Common Interest
November 24, 2017 A PROGRAMME to put the region at the vanguard of cleaner air technology has received European backing, bosses have revealed. Teesside Collective says proposals to build a cross-border transportation and storage network to store CO2 from across Europe has been approved as a European Project of Common Interest (PCI). Officials say PCI status recognises the importance of the project to the UK and Europe, and builds on Teesside Collective’s proposed Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) network plan. They added PCI approval means chiefs can now bid for funding from the Connecting Europe Fund to develop the project. The CCS proposal, which aims to secure carbon dioxide from coal-fired power plants and heavy industry before storing it underground to avoid it disappearing into the atmosphere, was backed by former Prime Minister David Cameron’s Government. But it has apparently since been shunted down a list of Whitehall priorities, despite efforts by the Teesside Collective organisation, which previously unveiled a blueprint based upon the Government sharing costs with industry to set up cleaner energy sites. However, earlier this year, Simon Clarke, MP for Middlesbrough South and east Cleveland, met with Energy Minister Richard Harrington to discuss CCS’ North-East potential, saying he was committed to making it a reality. He said: “We’re a step closer to realising the vision of the Teesside Collective. “CCS represents a huge opportunity for Teesside, curbing our carbon emissions while creating thousands of jobs. “I’m going to do all I can in Westminster to secure Government support.” Speaking before the General Election, Teesside-born Business Secretary Greg Clark told The Northern Echo he would put plans to revive a CCS network at the forefront of his industrial strategy. (The Northern Echo)...
11/16/2017      UK  |  Opinion: Carbon Capture or Kettle Smart
Much attention in recent years has been devoted to cleaning up traditional fossil fuel power plants with carbon capture and storage (CCS), Dueto the ease of retrofitting existing power stations, most of the emphasis has been on post-combustion capture...
11/10/2017      Norway  |  CCB Kollsnes Selected For CO2 Receiving Terminal
Gassnova and Statoil have concluded that a CO2 receiving terminal will be located at the premises of CCB Kollsnes AS in the Naturgassparken industrial area in the municipality of Øygarden by Bergen in Western Norway...
11/3/2017      UK  |  New Life for CCS in UK Clean Growth Strategy
Humans aren’t quite done with finding ways to release carbon into the atmosphere just yet. However, the emergence of carbon capture and storage technology (CCS) means the harmful impacts of mankind's love affair with carbon-intensive activities can be mitigated significantly...
11/2/2017      Norway, France  |  Total Gets Into the Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) Market
Total is getting into the carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) market. The company, which has pledged to dedicate 10% of its R&D budget to CCUS, recently signed an agreement to join Shell and Statoil on a project to study the world’s first commercial carbon storage facility...
11/1/2017      Netherland  |  Concentrated CO2 Enables Growth Spurt in Algae
A new technology captures CO2 from ambient air efficiently and inexpensively. Researchers at the University of Twente used the CO2 captured to cultivate algae, but the technology can also be used in a closed cycle to store energy harnessed from the sun and wind. Algae are a promising new raw material for the food and chemistry industries...
10/27/2017      Netherland  |  Rotterdam Port Launches Carbon Capture Scheme
Rotterdam Port Authority is launching a major project to persuade the city’s industry to capture their carbon dioxide emissions. The region accounts for 20% of carbon emissions in the Netherlands, Trouw reported on Friday...
10/24/2017       British  |  Capture carbon or miss Paris climate
The world cannot meet or sustain the emissions targets required to meet Paris climate accord without a concerted embrace of carbon capture and storage technologies but the roll-out of projects is running up to 100 times behind the rate required in mitigation modelling of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the International Energy Agency...
10/20/2017        |  Under the Sea: Ensuring the Safety of Offshore Carbon Storage
Faced with increasing levels of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere and oceans, scientists are developing on- and offshore carbon capture and storage (CCS) systems as a potential solution to the problem...
10/8/2017      UK  |  CCS Network ‘Could Deliver £160bn to UK Economy’
An East Coast carbon capture and storage (CCS) network could boost the UK economy by around £160 billion between now and 2060. That's the findings of a new report, which adds the benefits of a large-scale CCS scheme could outweigh costs by as much as £129 billion...
10/2/2017      Norway  |  European Oil Companies Plan Major Carbon Capture Project in Norway
Norway's Statoil, France's Total and Anglo-Dutch oil company Royal Dutch Shell have struck a deal to develop equipment and facilities that will store carbon dioxide emanating from industrial sites in Norway...
10/1/2017      Norway  |  Launching Standards for CO2 Capture and Storage
New international standards for storage and transport of carbon dioxide will be presented at a seminar at the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) in Stavanger on 1 November...
9/26/2017      UK  |  Half of Brits Back Coal with Carbon Capture Technology
Around 50% of the public would back the construction of coal and gas plants with carbon capture technology...
9/25/2017      Norway, Canada  |  International Partnership Focusses on EOR and CCS
University of Calgary and Norwegian University of Science and Technology team up on energy research and graduate student training...
9/22/2017      UK  |  Westminster Must ‘Get On Board’ With Carbon Capture, Scottish Energy Minister Says
Scottish Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse has told Holyrood the UK Government must set up a clear framework for renewable energy.The minister was asked by Banff and Buchan Coast MSP, Stewart Stevenson, about the Acorn carbon capture and storage (CCS) feasibility study at St Fergus and how best this could be taken forward...
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