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12/24/2015        |  JASON BOHRER: Paris Agreement Misses Mark on Carbon Capture
Earlier this month, 196 countries, including the United States, signed onto an international agreement to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions with the goal of limiting temperature increases from climate change to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels...
12/22/2015        |  International CCS Test Centre Network Expands
Norwegian SINTEF and Australian CO2CRC join the CCS Test Centre Network chaired by TCM to expand international knowledge-sharing capabilities and accelerate commercialisation of crucial CCS technologies...
12/9/2015        |  CCS vital say environmental NGOs
Government policies are urgently needed if CCS is to be deployed widely, reiterates a report by the ENGO network......
12/3/2015        |  OCED Agreement on Export Credits for Coal Plants Agreed
the OECD has recently announced that new rules on the official support for coal-fired power plants, including restrictions on official export credits for the least efficient coal-fired power plants
12/1/2015        |  CO2 Capture Project Publishes Latest Results
The CCP (CO2 Capture Project) has published comprehensive results of work from its third phase of activity, CCP3, in a new volume entitled, "Carbon Dioxide Capture for Storage in Deep Geologic Formations – Results from the CO2 Capture Project Volume 4".
11/4/2015        |  Business Could Deliver Two-thirds of Emissions Cuts Needed for 2C
Climate action plans drawn up by a coalition of leading businesses could deliver up to 65 per cent of the emissions cuts needed to put the world on a two-degree pathway, according to new analysis published today by PwC...
10/28/2015        |  The Role of Carbon Capture in Deep Decarbonization
Technologies that capture greenhouse gases and either store or use them could play a significant and essential role in decarbonizing our world. But carbon capture and storage (CCS) has been a topic of debate over the last few years as governments...
10/23/2015        |  2015 Pioneer Award Winners Announced
The Energy & Environmental Research Centre’s Plains CO2 Reduction (PCOR) Partnership has announced the winners of its 2015 Pioneer Award during its annual membership meeting and workshop held in Chicago, Illinois...
10/23/2015        |  The Carbon Capture Challenge
Last year, human activities released about 32 billion tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere. According to the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), those greenhouse gas emissions must fall to almost zero by 2100 to avoid irreversible damage to our environment...
10/12/2015        |  $20 Million XPRIZE to Convert CO2 into Useful Products
The $20M NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE is a competition to address CO2 emissions from fossil fuels...
10/12/2015        |  Geoscientists and Engineers Stress CCS is Safe, Secure and Effective
Geoscientists and engineers, from a range of countries – Europe, America, China, Australia, have sent an open letter to Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change...
10/10/2015        |  WCA CEO: More Investment in Low-emission Coal Technologies, Not Less
Following the recent divestment announcements from Citigroup and ANZ bank, Benjamin Sporton, CEO of the World Coal Association has elaborated on why more investment in low-emission coal technologies is needed...
9/24/2015        |  Global Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage Market Outlook (2014-2022)
The Global Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage market is valued at $6.5 billion in 2014 with CAGR of -34.2% is expected to reach $0.23 billion by 2022...
9/22/2015        |  Elsevier's IGGC Publishes Special Issue on CO2 Capture and Storage
Elsevier and the IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme (IEAGHG) have published a special issue of the International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control on CCS...
8/4/2015        |  New IEAGHG technical review: CCS deployment in the context of regional developments in meeting long-term climate change objectives
Meeting the long-term goal of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to limit global temperature rises to 2°C will require radical changes to energy systems over the coming decades...
7/22/2015        |  Research Report Explores the Carbon Capture and Storage Market (CCS Market) for the Forecast Period,2015-2025 by Future Market Insights
Globally, large quantities of fossil fuels are consumed for a variety of industrial processes such as those in steel industries, cement industries and in power generation...
7/22/2015        |  International Group Cites CCS as “Viable and Flexible” Climate Change Mitigation Technology
Scientists from the European CO2 storage project, CO2GeoNet, have joined representatives from three international organisations in calling for action on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) as part of global plans for climate change mitigation...
7/20/2015        |  Carbon Capture and Storage Essential for Coal's Future, IEA Chief Says
The world will need all the energy it can get from every source available to deal with a ballooning population, the International Energy Agency’s director told a crowd gathered at Washington University on Friday...
7/17/2015        |  Climate Change on the Agenda for Shell
“For a sustainable energy future we need a more balanced debate,” said Ben van Beurden, CEO of Royal Dutch Shell at an industry gathering earlier this summer...
7/14/2015        |  Risky Business: Failure to Deploy Advanced Coal Technologies Puts Climate Change Goals at Risk
Keeping climate change in check requires concerted, committed efforts from the public and private sectors; hampering the global deployment of Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) and High-Efficiency/Low-Emissions (HELE) coal technologies...
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