Shell leads push for carbon capture

The company is in pole position for CCS projects out of the fossil fuel companies, a report states

BASF and Samsung sail towards onboard carbon capture system

They intend to carry out a collaborative feasibility assessment of capturing carbon onboard as well as engineering design and construction of the carbon capture unit

‘Carbon capture not a net zero solution!’

Research claims more projects are underperforming than successful

Equinor and Wintershall Dea link up for large-scale CCS

They plan to transport CO2 from continental Europe and inject and store it in suitable reservoirs on the Norwegian Continental Shelf

US provides $31m to develop CCS technologies

They will be capable of capturing at least 95% of emissions from natural gas and waste-to-energy plants and industrial applications such as cement and steel

“UK has the capacity to hold two centuries’ worth of its current emissions”

UK’s carbon capture and storage could be worth £20 billion in the next ten years, according to a new report

Captured carbon since 1996 ‘heavily overestimated’

That’s due to no consistent monitoring framework, scientists claim

ExxonMobil plans hydrogen and CCS facility in Texas

The proposed facility would produce up to one billion cubic feet per day of blue hydrogen, i.e. hydrogen produced from natural gas and supported by CCS

Boris Johnson: “The UK will become the Klondike of carbon capture and storage”

During his speech at the Global Investment Summit, the Prime Minister announced that deals worth £9.7bn have been secured to boost renewable energy technologies

Shell unveils plans for large-scale CCS facility in Canada

The proposed Polaris CCS project would be located at its Scotford Complex near Edmonton and capture carbon dioxide from the refinery and chemicals plant