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5/11/2009      Finland/Germany  |  Metso and Fortum in R&D Co-operation on Oxyfuel Combustion Technology
Metso and Fortum have joined forces in exploring oxyfuel combustion technology. Oxyfuel combustion is part of a technical concept which enables carbon capture in power and heat generation. The three-year R&D project is partly funded by...
5/11/2009      France  |  Alstom Claims Success with Carbon Capture
Alstom Power released preliminary data on a carbon capture demonstration project being conducted at the We Energies facility in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, in partnership with the Electric Power Research Institute...
5/11/2009      UK  |  CCS: Energy Firms Seek Opt-outs Over 2025 Carbon Capture Deadline
Energy companies will lobby the government for a get-out clause from the deadline to fully fit carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology to new coal plants by 2025 because they are worried it might not work in time...
5/7/2009      Netherlands  |  Shell’s Barendrecht CO2 Project Has Long Way to Go
Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Europe’s largest oil company, has “a long way to go” before going ahead with a plan to capture and store carbon dioxide below the Dutch town of Barendrecht...
5/7/2009      UK  |  E.ON and EPSRC Announce £6.9 mln CCS Research Funding
E.ON and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council have today announced the award of £6.9 million of research funding to four university-led projects investigating carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies...
5/7/2009        |  PwC Survey Reveals 83% Utilities Considering CCS Projects
PricewaterhouseCoopers’ 2009 Utilities Global Survey reveals the extent to which the utilities industry views technology innovation as key to the future, with 83% of respondents from utility companies in Europe reporting that they are evaluating CCS projects...
5/6/2009      EU  |  MEPs Give Green Light to EU Economic Recovery Plan
MEPs have voted in favour of investing €5 billion in energy projects, broadband internet infrastructure and rural development as part of the EU’s economic recovery plan. The package includes €1.05 billion for Carbon capture and storage(CCS) projects...
5/5/2009      EU  |  Friends of the Earth Europe Urged to Stop Pumping Public Money into CCS
Billions of Euros of taxpayers’ money is being pumped into the fossil fuel industry, shows new research released today by Friends of the Earth Europe which is calling for all public subsidies to oil and gas companies to be stopped...
5/5/2009      EU/China  |  EU Plans to Fund a CCS Plant in China by 2015
The European Commission is developing plans to fund a large-scale CCS plant in China...
5/3/2009      UK/ China  |  Britain to Help China on Carbon Capture
Britain will share the benefits of its investment in carbon capture and storage technology with China and other developing countries, the energy secretary, Ed Miliband, said today...
5/2/2009      UK  |  Carbon Capture May Outstrip Oil and Gas to Scots Economy
Scotland is on the cusp of leading the world in a revolution in energy technology that could massively reduce carbon emissions and transform the economy...
5/1/2009      UK  |  ScottishPower Ready to Kick-start Central North Sea Carbon Storage Industry within Five Years
ScottishPower has outlined a vision for the UK to become a world leader in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS), as a detailed study shows that the Central North Sea could store potentially all of Europe’s CO2 emissions well into the next century...
5/1/2009      UK  |  Scotland Can Lead the Way in European Carbon Dioxide Storage
Industrial CO2 produced in the UK during the next 200 years can be stored securely beneath the Scottish area of the Northern and Central North Sea, according to a major joint study unveiled today by Scotland’s First Minister, Alex Salmond...
4/29/2009      Germany  |  Coal to Stay King in German Power Generation
Coal is set to remain the source of much of Germany's electricity thanks to cleaner technology that now beckons...
4/28/2009      UK  |  Clean Coal Can Avert UK Energy Crisis
The debate on the development of "clean" coal technology needs to accept a key point. Britain is already dependent on coal-fired electricity. Use of coal-fired power stations continued despite the devastation of the mining industry after...
4/27/2009      China/UK/France/Norway  |  'COACH Spring School on CCS in China' Held in Hangzhou
COACH Spring School on CCS in China was launched on April 20, and was closed on April 26 at Zhejiang University as part of China-EU cooperation on CO2 capture and storage (CCS)...
4/23/2009      UK  |  ScottishPower Can Meet Government’s CCS Challenge by 2014
ScottishPower, who are leading the way on the reduction of CO2 emissions through carbon capture and storage, welcomed the Government’s Budget 2009 announcement on developing “a new and more ambitious” CCS policy...
4/23/2009      UK  |  UK Coal Power Stations to Include Carbon Capture
A major overhaul of the UK's coal-power ambitions was revealed today, with the government pledging not to allow any new coal plants unless a proportion of their carbon dioxide emissions are buried underground...
4/23/2009      UK  |  UK Joins Global Race to Develop Carbon Capture Technology
The UK has become the first country in the world to make CCS compulsory for new coal-fired power plants, but it still lags behind its competitors in building demonstration plants...
4/22/2009      UK  |  U.K. Pledges to Fund More Carbon-Capture Plants
The U.K. will pay for two to four projects that test technology to capture carbon dioxide from power plants and pipe the greenhouse gas underground for storage...
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