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10/23/2013        |  Is China the Last Hope for Carbon Capture Technology?
Remember carbon capture and storage? Five years ago, the idea of grabbing the carbon dioxide from coal and gas power plants and burying it deep underground...
10/21/2013        |  Alliance to Receive Funding for Carbon Capture Innovation
An alliance of researchers from the UK, Norway and Greece has been ranked top in a Europe-wide funding call and will receive €670,000 towards research into innovative carbon capture technology...
10/18/2013        |  Business Eyes Opportunities from Reusing Carbon Dioxide
Don’t think of carbon dioxide as a menace to the planetary climate − think of it as a precious renewable resource...
10/17/2013        |  Alstom Continuing Carbon Capture Tests at Mongstad
Alstom will continue testing its Chilled Ammonia process at CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) for another year...
10/12/2013        |  Call to Move Fast on Proven Carbon Capture
CARBON capture and storage proponents argue the technology is proving itself in 12 large-scale demonstration plants, preventing 25 million tonnes a year of greenhouse gases reaching the atmosphere...
10/12/2013        |  Advances in Carbon Capture & Storage to Drive the Global Clean Coal Technologies Market
GIA announces the launch of a comprehensive primary research program studying the global market for "Clean Coal Technologies"...
10/11/2013        |  Number of New Carbon Capture and Storage Plants Drops by 10%
The number of projects that capture carbon dioxide emissions from power plants and industrial facilities – seen as a crucial tool for coal-reliant countries shifting toward a lower-emitting economy...
10/11/2013        |  EU Carbon Dips towards 4.70 Euros despite Strong Auction
European carbon permits ended in negative territory on Thursday despite a bullish government auction result that helped the front-year contract recover from a one-month low of 4.67 euros hit earlier in the session...
10/4/2013      Germany, Canada, United States  |  What Is the Actual Status of Carbon Capture Technology?
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) long-expected rules for carbon emissions from new coal-fired power plants have thrown into sharp relief the question of whether carbon capture...
9/24/2013        |  Commercialization of CCS Technologies Needs to be Proved
Technology as carbon capture and storage that could potentially turn fossil fuels into low carbon energy has its obstacles to win the European Union funding. This industry needs to prove that CCS is commercially viable before investors and policy makers can take a critical step...
9/21/2013        |  Geoengineering and Climate Change
The deliberate large-scale manipulation of the Earth's environment, called geoengineering, could be one way to cool the Earth or help reduce levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere...
9/16/2013        |  Fossil Fuels aren't Going Away
Power Engineering International recently spoke to Brad Page from the Global CCS Institute and he thinks policy makers ought to wise up, when it comes to the positive role carbon capture and storage can play in the world's power generation mix...
9/9/2013      America  |  Ferrybridge Gets Spirax Sarco Heat Exchanger
Spirax Sarco has provided a steam-driven heat exchange package for the Ferrybridge capture demonstration...
9/5/2013      UN  |  Scientific Advice Improved Outcome of UN Climate Talks
UN climate change policy negotiators need more access to expert advice on new technologies such as carbon storage and geoengineering, according to an expert whose study found that...
8/26/2013        |  Akermin Pilot Completes 1600 hours of CO2 capture
The pilot plant using biocatalytic technology completed 1,600 hours of operation capturing CO2 from the flue gas exhaust of a coal-fired power plant...
8/26/2013        |  Carbon Clean Solutions Completes Solvent Testing
The company has successfully completed commercial testing of its proprietary CDRMax® carbon dioxide capture solvent technology...
8/14/2013        |  Low Cost of Reducing International Aviation Emissions Should Encourage More Ambitious Targets
Analysis from Bloomberg New Energy Finance and Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) shows that the aviation industry can achieve its goal of carbon-neutral growth from 2020...
8/7/2013        |  Energy Technology Leadership Group (ETLG) Launches
The Energy Technology Leadership Group (ETLG) has officially launched to promote smarter, safer energy through the use of the most innovative technologies across the energy spectrum including fossil, solar, hydro, wind, biofuels, and geothermal...
8/7/2013        |  Emerging CO2 Markets Risk Criminal Attack- Interpol
Emerging carbon markets are at risk of exploitation by criminals, international police organisation Interpol said in a guide to help countries avoid a repeat of thefts and fraud that once blighted the EU Emissions Trading Scheme...
8/2/2013        |  Contract Wins: Halliburton, Nuverra, Xylem, Skyonic, Toyo-Thai
Nuverra Environmental Solutions has entered into an agreement with Halliburton to advance the treatment and recycling of produced water to be re-used in the hydraulic fracturing process...
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