Majority of UK industries ‘are off track to hit net zero by 2050’

A new research analysed 17 industrial sectors and found that of them just five are currently driving emissions down

INEOS to invest £1bn in achieving net zero by 2045

It is investing the money in its Grangemouth site and is targeting a 60% reduction in carbon emissions by 2030

‘World’s largest’ carbon capture plant begins operations

Based in Iceland, the facility can capture up to 4,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide per year

Offshore CCS project in Denmark to be trialled

It is estimated Project Greensand will have the capacity to store up to 8 million tonnes of carbon dioxide per year

Sinopec launches China’s ‘first megaton-scale’ carbon capture project

The project, estimated to reduce carbon emissions by one million tons annually, is expected to be put into production by the end of 2021

Equinor triples UK hydrogen production ambition to 1.8GW

It is leading the H2H Saltend project, a first-of-its-kind 600MW gas reformer that will produce hydrogen from natural gas with carbon capture technology, in the Humber region

Plans unveiled for low carbon power station at Hynet cluster

The partnership between HyNet North West and InterGen could reduce carbon emissions from the power station in Runcorn by more than 150,000 tonnes every year

Concrete CCS plans to slash emissions from cement

Sulzer Chemtech and Blue Planet have developed a new technology they claim ‘more than offsets’ the carbon footprint of cement

Project to capture carbon emissions from biomass gets funding

Ricardo claims it works by burning sustainably sourced wood waste to generate power and charcoal, capturing the carbon emissions produced in the process

Canada’s major oil sands producers form ‘unprecedented’ 2050 net zero alliance

The Oil Sands Pathways to Net Zero initiative seeks to develop an actionable approach to address emissions from the oil sands industry and help Canada meet its climate goals