Global cement industry unveils concrete plans for 25% emissions reductions by 2030

It supports the Global Cement and Concrete Association’s previous pledge to achieve net zero concrete by 2050

Net Hero Podcast – Is CCS the ‘net’ in net zero?

In Episode 3 we discover if carbon capture and storage is actually the most cost effective step we can take at present to cut emissions

Chemicals giant LyondellBasell announces 2050 net zero goal

It is targeting an absolute reduction of 30% in Scope 1 and 2 emissions by 2030

Net zero Britain: Views sought on role of negative emissions technologies

They are expected to play a key role in decarbonising energy intensive industries, such as agriculture and cement production, however uncertainties and concerns remain

‘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

Swiss Re and Climeworks ink $10m carbon capture and storage deal

Climeworks’ carbon removal solution filters carbon dioxide from ambient air using geothermal energy, with the captured CO2 sent for permanent storage in nearby rock layers

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

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

Bechtel and Drax team up to explore opportunities for bioenergy with CCS

They intend to explore options and locations – including North America and Western Europe – and identify how the design of a new build BECCS plant can be optimised using the latest technology and best practice in engineering design

Venture Global plans to capture CO2 at two LNG export plants

The company intends to compress CO2 at the Calcasieu Pass and Plaquemines LNG sites, transport and inject it deep into subsurface saline aquifers where it will be permanently stored