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5/21/2009      US  |  Southern Company to Demonstrate Technology to Reduce GHG Emissions from Electric Generating Plant
Southern Company today announced plans to demonstrate carbon capture and sequestration on a coal-fired power generation plant to support the development of technologies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions...
5/21/2009      US/Norway  |  DOE Study Monitors Carbon Dioxide Storage in Norway's Offshore Sleipner Gas Field
In a newly awarded project, researchers funded by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) are partnering with European scientists to track injected carbon dioxide in the world’s first and longest running carbon storage operation located at the Sleipner gas field in the North Sea...
5/17/2009      US  |  AEP Awarded West Virginia's First Carbon Storage Permit
West Virginia's first permit for the underground injection of carbon dioxide, issued May 4, makes possible a landmark study on the permanent storage of climate warming emissions from coal...
5/17/2009      Global/US  |  Plans for Carson 'Green' Power Plant Abandoned
With much fanfare, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger came to Carson in 2006 to announce plans to build a $1 billion "green" power plant. But three years later, the project has been quietly abandoned...
5/15/2009      US  |  Secretary Chu Announces $2.4 bln in Funding for CCS Projects
U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu today announced at the National Coal Council that $2.4 billion from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act will be used to expand and accelerate the commercial deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology...
5/12/2009      Canada  |  Epcor Signs Deal with Siemens for Genesee Power Plant
The design of Canada's first fully integrated gasification power facility is advancing with Epcor Power Equity Ltd.'s Epcor Utilities Inc. reaching an agreement with Siemens Energy Inc. to provide power generation technology for Epcor's Genesee integrated gasification combined-cycle (IGCC) power facility...
5/12/2009      Japan/US  |  Japan, Us Join Forces on Low carbon Technologies
The Japanese National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) has concluded MOUs with 5 research organizations of the US Department of Energy and...
5/11/2009      US  |  Texas Takes First Step Towards Embracing CCS Technology
The Texas House has approved legislation that offers tax breaks for clean-coal generation, if companies agree to capture at least 70% of the carbon dioxide they produce...
5/8/2009      US/Canada  |  Montana in CO2 Storage Deal with Saskatchewan
Hours after signing a carbon dioxide storage bill into law, Montana has agreed with neighboring Saskatchewan in Canada to develop North America’s first large-scale project to...
5/8/2009      US  |  US DOE Requests $179.9 mln for CCS Research
The Department of Energy is requesting $179.9 million for FE’s Carbon Sequestration program. By developing technologies to dramatically decrease the release of CO2 into the atmosphere, we can continue to use our extensive domestic coal resources while reducing the impacts on global climate change...
5/5/2009      US  |  W.Va. Issued First Carbon Capture Permit
Gov. Joe Manchin announced the state Department of Environmental Protection has issued the first carbon dioxide sequestration permit in state history...
5/5/2009      US  |  Report: Pennsylvania's Geology Could Support Geological Carbon Dioxide Storage
A recently issued report from the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources shows Pennsylvania's underground geology may hold the key to protecting the environment against climate change while leading to new opportunities for the state's coal industry...
4/30/2009      Canada  |  Ottawa's CO2 Rules Would Hurt Alberta: TransAlta
Canadian government plans to impose stringent new climate-change rules targeting coal-fired power plants would hit Alberta hardest and not necessarily cut carbon emissions sharply, TransAlta Corp's chief executive said...
4/28/2009      US  |  Two Cal Professors to Get $30 mln from DOE for Carbon Capture
The Department of Energy will pay $30 million over five years to two professors at the University of California, Berkeley, for research on cleaning up power plant pollution...
4/23/2009      US  |  CCS Company Powerspan Closes $50m in New Financing
Powerspan Corp., a clean energy technology company, has closed over $50m in new financing from a group of new investors including...
4/21/2009      China/US  |  US, China Call for Rapid Development of "Clean" Coal Technologies
With both China and the United States relying heavily on coal for electricity, senior government officials from both countries urged immediate action to push forward technology that would reduce carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired plants...
4/20/2009      US  |  Pennsylvania Study Examines Coal, Electricity Impacts of CO2 Regulation
Any attempts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Pennsylvania will have a meaningful impact on electricity demand and prices, said a draft report...
4/15/2009      US  |  Peabody Energy Becomes Founding Member of Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute
Peabody Energy today announced an agreement with the Government of Australia to become a founding member of...
4/10/2009      US  |  Montana CCS Bill Blocked
The last remaining bill to encourage carbon dioxide storage and clean-coal development in Montana has died at...
4/9/2009        |  CCS Bills Proceed in North Dakota
The Industrial Commission of North Dakota has sent two bills regarding underground storage of carbon dioxide...
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