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3/12/2009       US  |  Peabody May Get Clean-coal Plant That Bush Rejected
A clean-coal power plant backed by Peabody Energy Corp. and American Electric Power Co. and rejected by Republican President George W. Bush may be revived by the industries’ usual political adversaries...
3/11/2009       US  |  US Government Miscalculated CCS Pilot Costs: GAO
The government may have miscalculated costs for its CCS pilot project, pulling the plug too soon...
3/10/2009       US  |  Carbon Capture Tech Requires More Support
The U.S. government should provide more support for the development of carbon capture technology, but also consider technological barriers before passing climate change legislation...
3/10/2009       US  |  Air Products to Site CO2 Purification System at Connecticut Test Facility for Oxyfuel Technology Development Testing
Air Products recently announced the signing of a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to design and construct a carbon dioxide purification system in support of an oxyfuel technology development project...
3/9/2009       US  |  Funding Continues for High Plains Gasification - Advanced Technology Center
Wyoming lawmakers have approved the second major installment of the state's portion of funding for the proposed High Plains Gasification - Advanced Technology Center...
3/8/2009      US  |  CO2 Sequestration in North Dakota: Making History
Carbon sequestration has been paying off for Basin Electric Power Cooperative since the late 1990s, when it began selling the greenhouse gas to help with enhanced oil recovery in Canada...
3/6/2009       US  |  INGAA Foundation Considers CCS Pipeline Issues
The INGAA Foundation Inc. has released the first study of possible pipeline carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) facilities requirements under a national mandatory greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction program...
3/5/2009       US  |  Costs to Keep U.S. Carbon Storage from Coal Elusive
Capturing carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants, the biggest U.S. source of the main greenhouse gas, is unlikely to play a big role in President Barack Obama's immediate plans to slow global warming, despite...
3/5/2009       US  |  DOE Taking 'Fresh Look' at FutureGen, Energy Chief Says
The Energy Department may proceed with a "modified" plan to build a prototype coal-burning power plant that would capture and store carbon dioxide as part of new efforts to expand international collaboration on carbon-management technologies...
3/5/2009      US  |  AEP CEO Says Coal Plants Must Be Retrofitted
U.S. utilities will have to retrofit their fleets of coal-fired power plants to capture greenhouse gas emissions, while the nation adds more renewable, nuclear and other clean power sources to satisfy electricity demand...
3/4/2009      US  |  DOE Issues CCS Funding Announcement
The Department of Energy's (DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory intends to issue, on behalf of the DOE Office of Fossil Energy, four Funding Opportunity Announcements for improving techniques to clean or capture and store the emissions from coal-fired power plants and...
3/3/2009       US  |  Clean Coal Technologies, Inc. Signs Carbon Dioxide Technology Option Agreement
Doug Hague, President & Chief Executive Officer, today announced that Clean Coal Technologies, Inc. has signed a Technology Option Agreement for a patented carbon dioxide separation technology, which if proven successful, will form the basis of a worldwide license agreement...
3/3/2009      US  |  EPRI to Study Adding Carbon Capture to Coal Power Plants
The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) announced that five electric utilities in the United States and Canada have joined EPRI to host studies of the impacts of retrofitting advanced amine-based post-combustion carbon dioxide capture technology to existing coal-fired power plants...
3/2/2009       US/China  |  Tsinghua University Partners with WRI to Develop CCS Guidelines in China
Tsinghua University is partnering with WRI to develop guidelines for China’s deployment of CCS technology...
2/27/2009      US  |  DOE Partner Begins Injecting 50,000 Tons of Carbon Dioxide in Michigan Basin
Building on an initial injection project of 10,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide into a Michigan geologic formation, a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) team of regional partners has begun injecting 50,000 additional tons into the formation...
2/26/2009      US  |  Babcock Power & ThermoEnergy Form New Company to Develop and Commercialize a New Clean Coal Carbon Capture Technology
Babcock Power Inc. of Danvers, Massachusetts and ThermoEnergy Corporation (“ThermoEnergy”) announce the formation of a limited liability company to be called Babcock-Thermo Carbon Capture LLC, to develop and commercialize a new and advanced carbon capture power plant design...
2/24/2009      US  |  University of Utah and Headwaters in Carbon Services Partnership
The University of Utah (the U of U) and Headwaters Incorporated have entered into a joint venture to offer carbon management services to CO2-emitting companies, from carbon storage engineering to risk and liability management...
2/24/2009      US  |  NASA Global Warming Satellite Lands in Ocean
A rocket carrying a NASA global warming satellite splashed into the ocean near Antarctica early Tuesday after a failed launch...
2/19/2009      US  |  DOE Seeks Applications for Tracking Carbon Dioxide Storage in Geologic Formations
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today issued a Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) to enhance the capability to simulate, track, and evaluate the potential risks of carbon dioxide storage in geologic formations...
2/19/2009      US  |  Flurry of US State, Federal Policies Advance CCS
Several US states have introduced or passed CCS legislation in the past three months. The most significant legislation – in Illinois and Texas...
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