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8/22/2007      US  |  Must-Use-CCS Law to be Tested
A new law signed in May 2007 is about to be tested, which demands that new power plants in the state should capture and store carbon dioxide emissions unless they can prove that it is impossible…
8/14/2007      US  |  Novel Technology Locates Potential Carbon Storage Sites
Researchers at the Office of Fossil Energy's National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) have developed a new sensor system called SEQURE that can locate abandoned oil and gas reservoirs that could be used to permanently store carbon dioxide…
8/13/2007      US  |  Carnegie Mellon University Researches Carbon Capture Costs
A new study has been published by Carnegie Mellon University, looking at the total cost of carbon capture electricity generation, taking into account variables…
7/24/2007      US  |  Seminole to Solicit Proposals for Carbon Capture Demonstration Project
Tampa-based Seminole Electric Cooperative, Inc., today announced plans to solicit proposals for a carbon dioxide capture demonstration project at its proposed Seminole Generating Station (SGS) Unit 3 facility…
7/20/2007    Dakota   US  |   Basin Electric Looks for Carbon Capture Partners
Basin Electric Power Co-operative of North Dakota is looking for carbon capture technology providers…
7/17/2007    Virginia  US  |  Dominion Applies for 'Carbon Capture Compatible' Power Plant in Virginia
US energy company Dominion has applied for permission to build a "carbon capture compatible" 585 megawatt power station…
7/3/2007      US  |   Washington Group Provides Engineering for FutureGen
Boise, Idaho engineering company Washington Group has been contracted to provide architectural, design and engineering support services for FutureGen…
6/28/2007      US  |  NETL Investigates Deep Coal Seam Storage
Deep coal seams that are not commercially viable for coal production could be used for permanent underground storage of CO2. Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's National Energy Technology Laboratory have carried out initial investigations into the potential environmental impacts of CO2 sequestration in unmineable coal seams…
6/8/2007      US  |  Reliant Holdings Opens Colorado CO2 Recovery Plant
Reliant Holdings Ltd of Odessa, Texas, has opened a plant in Windsor, Colorado, to capture and liquify 300 tons a day of carbon dioxide…
6/8/2007      US  |  US Tax Credits for CCS
The US Department of Energy and Treasury Department have released new instructions for applying for tax credits for carbon capture and storage…
6/8/2007      US  |  Plans for Great Falls CCS Coal Plant Move Along
Plans for a new power plant in Great Falls, Montana, are moving along gradually…
6/1/2007      US  |  Alcoa Promotes Carbon Capture Technology in China
Multinational Alcoa announced that it plans to introduce a new carbon capture system to China and other countries throughout the globe…
5/24/2007    Illinois  US  |  Huff and Puff Test Completed in Illinois
A "Huff and Puff" test has been completed in Illinois, to inject carbon dioxide into a well and see how much the production rate subsequently increased…
5/15/2007      US  |  Alcoa Launches Innovative
Alcoa (NYSE:AA) announced on May 15 that it has launched a new technology at its Kwinana alumina refinery in Western Australia that has the potential to deliver significant global greenhouse benefits and will contribute to a reduction in the aluminum industry's environmental footprint…
5/15/2007    Illinois  US  |   Carbon Sequestration Field Test Begins in Illinois Basin
The Midwest Geological Sequestration Consortium (MGSC), one of seven regional partnerships created by the Department of Energy in 2002 to advance carbon sequestration technologies, is conducting its first enhanced oil recovery field test in the Loudon Field in Illinois…
5/2/2007      US  |  DOE, EPA Launch Coordinated Carbon Sequestration Project
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have begun a coordinated research effort to evaluate how the storage of CO2, a greenhouse gas, might affect the nation's valuable groundwater resources…
5/2/2007      US  |   FutureGen Project Moved onto the Next Stage
The $1.1bn FutureGen project, to build the world's first coal fuelled power stations with near zero emissions, has moved onto the "next stage"…
10/12/2006      US  |  Central Valley May be Site for Carbon Repository in Global Warming Battle
Excess carbon dioxide might be stored in an underground location near Thornton in the Central Valley in a demonstration project envisioned by the West Coast Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership…
5/2/2005      US  |  DOE Reports on Success of Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnerships
A report released by the Department of Energy on May 2 details the success of the Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnerships in laying the groundwork for field testing and verifying carbon sequestration technologies in the near term…
2/17/2005      US  |  Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnerships Add Canadian Provinces
The Department of Energy (DOE) announced on Feb. 17 that the Provinces of Alberta and British Columbia have joined Saskatchewan and Manitoba as Canadian partners in the Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnerships program, the centerpiece of North American efforts to validate and deploy carbon sequestration technologies…
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