September 20, 2023

DOE announces $27M for CO2 transport networks

BY U.S. Department of Energy The U.S. DOE's Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management announced it is making up to $27 million available to support the transport of CO2 captured from emitters to locations for permanent geologic storage or conversion to useful products. READ MORE

September 20, 2023

TVA, TC Energy invest $1.25M in carbon capture study

BY Tennessee Valley Authority The Tennessee Valley Authority announced that it will work with TC Energy to jointly invest $1.25 million to study carbon capture technology to reduce emissions at TVA’s natural gas facilities in Ackerman, Mississippi, and in Drakesboro, Kentucky. READ MORE

September 13, 2023

Researchers charting a sustainable course in oceanic CO2 capture

BY Bryan Luhn, University of Houston A team of scientists at the University of Houston is exploring one possible way to directly reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in the environment: Negative emissions technologies (NETs). READ MORE

September 06, 2023

Snam releases CCS Zero-Carbon Technology Roadmap

BY Snam The Strategic Study analyses the indispensable contribution of CCS to achieve the decarbonisation targets, while safeguarding economic competitiveness and avoiding the risks of relocation of 'Hard to Abate' industries. READ MORE

September 06, 2023

Study starts on carbon methanol from glass production

BY Mitsubishi Gas Chemical AGC Inc. and Mitsubishi Gas Chemical have agreed to begin the study regarding the production and sale of methanol made from CO2 generated from AGC’s architectural glass production, by applying the methanol production technology developed by MGC. READ MORE

August 23, 2023

Svante and Deep Sky to study storage feasibility in Quebec

BY Svante Deep Sky has joined forces with Svante Technologies Inc. to evaluate the feasibility of sequestering CO2 in Southern Quebec. Together, the companies will fund research to study the ability to capture, transport, and store CO2. READ MORE

August 09, 2023

Great Plains Institute releases Carbon Capture Co-Benefits study

BY Great Plains Institute First-of-its-kind study quantifies health impact of the co-benefits of reducing other air pollutants with carbon capture technologies READ MORE

July 26, 2023

Imperial researchers awarded near £1M to develop net zero cement

BY Corinne Farrell, Imperial College London Imperial researchers have been awarded £986,176.28 in funding to develop a carbon negative cement additive. The funding comes from the Carbon Capture, Usage & Storage Innovation 2.0 competition. READ MORE

July 20, 2023

Verde’s products remove carbon dioxide from the air

BY Verde Verde AgriTech Ltd has announced the carbon capture properties of its K Forte® and Super Greensand® as detailed by an independent study conducted at Newcastle University under the leadership of Prof. David Manning, PhD,. READ MORE