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10/21/2014      Malaysia  |  Government Identifies Technologies to Reduce Carbon Emissions
The government, via the Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water (KeTTHA), has identified technologies to reduce carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants...
10/18/2014      Abu Dhabi  |  Project to Remove 800,000 Tonnes of Carbon Dioxide
A project to remove 800,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions annually from Abu Dhabi’s atmosphere is in progress, a senior executive said...
10/11/2014      China  |  Huaneng Corporation Have Started to Build a Pre-combustion Carbon Dioxide Capture Demonstration System
Led by Sinopec’s Fourth Construction Company, the first Pre-combustion Carbon Dioxide Capture Demonstration System in China, completely independent intellectual property rights owned by our country, has started construction in Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) power plant of Huaneng Corporation...
10/10/2014      Switzerland, US, China  |  A Cost-effective and Energy-efficient Approach to Carbon Capture
Scientists from EPFL, UC Berkley and Beijing have developed a slurry-based process that can revolutionize carbon capture...
10/9/2014      China  |  SinoCoking Issues Update on Construction and Financing of Underground Syngas Project
SinoCoking Coal and Coke Chemical Industries, Inc., an emerging producer of clean energy products located in Henan Province, today announced new developments in the construction and financing of its underground facility for the production of clean-burning syngas...
10/2/2014      UK, China  |  Chinese Delegation Visits the Centre for Innovation in Carbon Capture and Storage
The Centre for Innovation in Carbon Capture and Storage (CICCS) at Heriot-Watt University welcomed a Chinese delegation of the Euro-China Near Zero Emission Coal (NZEC) project on 24 September 2014...
9/22/2014      Qatar  |  Expert Lauds Qatar Carbon Capture Research Feats
The research into Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) being undertaken by the Qatar Carbonates & Carbon Storage Research Centre (QCCSRC) is making a vital contribution to mitigate the impacts of climate change, but the science will need to be matched with financial and legislative measures...
9/20/2014      France, US, China  |  Coal Sector Eyes Salvation in Green Bond Market
Could the coal sector raise money through green bonds? That question will be raised at an industry conference in Denmark next month...
9/18/2014      UK, Japan  |  Advanced Molecular 'Sieves' Could be Used for Carbon Capture
Newly-developed synthetic membranes provide a greener and more energy-efficient method of separating gases, and can remove carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases from the atmosphere, potentially reducing the cost of capturing carbon dioxide significantly...
9/17/2014      Iran  |  UN Envoy Urges Regreening Desertified Lands in Iran
UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative in Iran, Gary Lewis, recently visited Shahid Nasseri Refugee Camp near the city of Saveh in Markazi Province...
9/13/2014      Japan  |  Carbon Capture Membrance Developed at Kyoto University
Researchers in Japan have developed a special membrane that can catch greenhouse gases...
9/4/2014      China  |  Shengli Designing Institute Developed Heat Tester and Technology and Applied for a Patent.
Shengli Designing Institute Developed heat Tester and Technology and Applied for a Patent....
9/2/2014      The Philippines, Japan  |  New Study Underscores Disaster Prevention and Climate Action
Countries in Asia and the Pacific should ramp up preventive measures to avert disasters from floods, storms, droughts and heat waves, in addition to better measures in response to these events, says a new paper from Independent Evaluation at the Asian Development Bank...
9/2/2014      China  |  The First Online Survey on CCUS has Found out that 87.7% of Netizens are not Against CCUS Construction
An online survey on CCUS in Guangdong, which is also the first large-scale public online survey on CCUS in China, has come out on September 1, pointing out that 58.95% of netizens support for CCUS construction, while 28.7% of netizens hold a neutral attitude towards it...
9/2/2014      China  |  Is Coal Really "Peaking" in China?
“While uncertainty over the changes in coal stockpiles still exists, we’re confident that the unbelievable may be at hand: peak coal consumption in China.” ...
8/19/2014      Singapore  |  Energy Saving in Singapore’s Data Centers
The Singapore Government will be setting aside S$100m (US$80m) to fund two major R&D initiatives that have been designed to encourage the efficient use of energy in buildings...
8/17/2014      Oman  |  TMK GIPI Wins Carbon Capture Project Contract
The Sultanate’s leading pipe manufacturer, TMK Gulf International Pipe Industry (TMK GIPI) LLC, part of global pipe manufacturer TMK, has won a contract to supply 8” pipes with WT up to 14.4mm, API 5L X65 Sour with 3LPE coating for the Abu Dhabi Carbon Capture Project — a MASDAR/ADNOC joint venture project in the United Arab Emirates...
8/14/2014      Korea  |  Researchers Develop Bacteria Used to Make Bioplastic
Researchers from the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) and Korea University have developed a technology to produce succinate, a material used to make bioplastics, from CO2-grown microalgal biomass.
7/25/2014      Japan, US  |  MHI to Build World's Largest Carbon Capture System
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has received an order for what will be the world's largest post combustion CO2 capture system.
7/25/2014      Japan  |  Japan to Increase Support for Coal Power
Japan is to increase its support for coal-fired power plants built in other countries that use the latest coal technologies, the nation said in a policy statement yesterday...
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