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NUS Scientists to Transform Waste Carbon Dioxide into High-Value Chemicals

The NUS team designed a nickel-based composite catalyst (extreme left) that facilitates the direct conversion of carbon dioxide from flue gas into multi-carbon products with remarkable efficiency.

May 15, 2024

BY National University of Singapore

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Northwestern to Lead Midwestern Carbon-Capture Hub

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By Northwestern University

May 15, 2024

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Northwestern University will lead the newest Midwestern hub, uniting prominent partners from research and industry. The Department of Energy (DOE) is supporting early-stage project development of these Regional Direct Air Capture Hubs. The Northwestern-led hub will test the feasibility of using nuclear energy as a more energy-efficient way to capture carbon dioxide.

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TotalEnergies and China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (“SINOPEC”) signed a strategic cooperation agreement to deepen their collaboration, notably in low-carbon energies. In particular, the two companies plan to combine their R&D expertise in biofuels, green hydrogen, CCUS and decarbonization.

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Veolia has partnered with UK biotechnology startup, FabricNano, to apply enzymes to rocks to trial faster, permanent carbon dioxide removal directly from the atmosphere. With this world-first trial pairing biology with geology to accelerate rock weathering for carbon sequestration, Veolia aims to reduce the energy consumption, emissions and timescales for carbon removal by utilizing enzymes to accelerate the natural weathering process.

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Wyoming Hydrogen and Carbon Capture Project Utilizes Cutting-Edge Technology to Generate Clean Energy and Preserve Jobs

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Transitioning to net-zero emissions presents formidable challenges, particularly in the context of existing energy infrastructure.

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