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April 16, 2024

By Exterra Carbon Solutions


Exterra Solutions Carbone Inc., a pioneering Quebec-based company specializing in the safe and sustainable surface sequestration of carbon, announced its first strategic collaboration with Énergir Développement Inc., a specialist in energy distribution and production. This partnership aims to accelerate carbon capture and enhance carbon sequestration efforts in Quebec.

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enfinium announced it is progressing plans to invest around £200 million in carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology at the Parc Adfer energy from waste facility in Deeside, North Wales, providing vital carbon removals and boosting the green economy.

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Wood has been selected as a contractor by Net Zero Teesside Power and Northern Endurance Partnership for integrated project management services.

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Mizuho Bank, Ltd. has entered into a share subscription agreement with Bison Low Carbon Ventures Inc. and has made a CAD 5 million investment. Bison is a company engaged in the carbon dioxide capture and storage business and also counts Marubeni Corporation among its shareholders. Mizuho Bank has made this investment through our Transition Equity Investment Facility.

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Heidelberg Materials North America announces a new Front End Engineering Design contract as it continues working to select the carbon capture technology and contractor for providing the CO2 separation solution for its Edmonton, Alberta, Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) Project.

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By Energy and Environmental Research Center

November 15, 2023

Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage: Securing North Dakota’s Energy Future Two core economic pillars of North Dakota are the energy and agriculture industries. However, both industries are historically carbon-intensive, meaning that a lot of carbon is generated during specific processes associated with these industries. Managing global carbon emissions is one of the most pressing environmental concerns of our time. Many scientists are concerned that anthropogenic (human-made) greenhouse gases (GHGs) are affecting Earth’s climate. This concern is driving policies in the United States and around the globe, which are resulting in economic incentives and preferential financing for companies taking action to lower the carbon intensity of the commodities they produce. The challenge is to address anthropogenic GHG emissions while providing access to reliable, affordable, resilient energy and products. Carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) is one of the best technologies to address the challenge to decarbonize these industries while we continue to feed and power the world and grow the economic contributions of these cornerstone industries to our state.

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According to the National Climate Assessment (NCA), human activities release over 30 billion tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere annually. These emissions contribute to the greenhouse effect that is causing temperatures and sea levels to rise as well as a surge in increasingly severe weather events across the globe.

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The concrete industry is working to reduce its carbon footprint, but despite the amount of work already accomplished, there is still much to do. In a significant step to help meet carbon reduction goals, the American Concrete Institute (ACI) has established a uniquely positioned center, NEU: An ACI Center of Excellence for Carbon Neutral Concrete.

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