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PTTEP signs MoU with Mahidol University to advance CCS technology in Thailand

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February 6, 2024

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U.S. Steel and CarbonFree Sign Agreement to Capture CO2 at Gary Works Facility

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By U.S. Steel

April 03, 2024

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United States Steel Corporation and CarbonFree announced the signing of a definitive agreement to capture carbon emissions generated from U. S. Steel’s Gary Works Blast Furnaces in a first-of-its-kind project. The project will use CarbonFree’s SkyCycle™ technology to capture and mineralize up to 50,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide per year.

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PGS, together with its joint venture consortium partners, TGS and SLB have successfully commenced a MultiClient 3D seismic project located in the Penyu Basin, offshore Peninsular Malaysia. The Ramform Sovereign vessel was mobilized to the acquisition area in March 2024 and the area coverage is approximately 7,800 square kilometers. Acquisition completion is anticipated in July 2024, and processing completion is projected for June 2025.

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PETRONAS recently signed a Joint Study Agreement with JERA Co., Inc, to evaluate the feasibility of the entire carbon capture and storage (CCS) value chain including separation and capture of carbon dioxide emitted by JERA in Japan, cross-border transportation, and CO2 storage in Malaysia. This agreement will strengthen the collaboration and contribute towards building a global network for cross-border CO2 transport and storage.

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Canadian Natural, on behalf of the Pathways Alliance, begins regulatory applications to the Alberta Energy Regulator; seeking approvals for Pathways CO2 transportation network and storage hub project.

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Deep Sky and Avnos have joined forces to deploy Hybrid Direct Air Capture (HDAC) technology in Canada. As part of its partnership with Deep Sky, Avnos will build and install a Hybrid DAC Air Handling Unit (AHU) at Deep Sky Labs in Canada, with the capacity to remove 450 tons of CO2 per year.

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