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

Carbon capture scale-up ‘could create 10,000 green jobs by 2025’

A new report from the CCSA calls for further funding to deploy CCS technology at the necessary scale, ranging from £1.2bn to £2.6bn

How can cement be carbon-neutral?

German building materials company HeidelbergCement has announced it will upgrade one of its factories to make it the world’s first carbon-neutral cement plant

SaskPower CCS site hits milestone of capturing 4m tonnes of CO2

SaskPower’s CCS facility has demonstrated the impact on the environment this technology can have – equivalent to taking 865,000 cars off the road for a year

‘UK’s first’ carbon capture project given £72m funding

The HyNet North West project is expected to create 6,000 new jobs and reduce carbon emissions by 10 million tonnes every year by 2030