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Extinct offshore volcano could store gigatons of carbon dioxide

Schematic cross-section of the Fontanelas volcano, indicating possible sites for carbon dioxide sequestration. // Pereira and Gamboa, 2023

November 14, 2023

BY The Geological Society of America, GSA Science Communication Fellow Laura Fattaruso

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Aramco to Acquire 50% Stake in Air Products Qudra’s Blue Hydrogen Industrial Gases Company

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Aramco has signed definitive agreements to acquire an equity interest in the Jubail-based Blue Hydrogen Industrial Gases Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Air Products Qudra. The transaction, which is subject to standard closing conditions, will also include options for Aramco to offtake hydrogen and nitrogen.

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CF Industries Holdings, Inc. and POET LLC announced a collaboration to pilot the use of low-carbon ammonia fertilizer to reduce the carbon intensity of corn production and ethanol. Demand for ethanol with a lower carbon intensity is expected to increase significantly to meet low-carbon fuel standards.

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TGS announced early access to a comprehensive carbon storage assessment dataset along the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast, covering the available General Land Office (GLO) lease blocks. This evaluation will help prospective bidders maximize their bid accuracy, optimize project costs and drive sustainable growth in the CCS sector.

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Strathcona Resources Ltd. announced a strategic partnership with Canada Growth Fund, a $15 billion arm’s-length public investment vehicle, for the development of carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) infrastructure on Strathcona’s steam-assisted gravity drainage oil sands facilities across Saskatchewan and Alberta.

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enfinium has received its first waste delivery by train at its Ferrybridge site in West Yorkshire. This milestone expands the area that enfinium’s Ferrybridge 1 and 2 facilities can receive unrecyclable waste from, reduces road traffic and lowers transport emissions. The trial also highlights the potential for using rail freight to connect the plant to a Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) cluster, offering an alternative to pipeline connections.

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