ExxonMobil and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries unveil carbon capture tie-up

They will leverage their combined capabilities to advance carbon capture technologies that could reduce the cost of carbon capture for heavy-emitting industrial customers

Norway and Switzerland to explore carbon capture, storage and removal

It is part of their efforts to reduce and remove greenhouse gas emissions, with plans to explore cross-border market development for CCS and CDR

Stockholm looks to carbon capture for net zero

Sweden believes the switch could see the city become carbon-negative by 2030

Is carbon capture the answer to energy woes?

This week’s Net Hero Podcast focusses on carbon capture, billed the answer to cutting emissions and maintaining our lifestyles – can it be so?

Shell leads push for carbon capture

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

Copenhagen fails to deliver on 2025 carbon-neutrality target

This is after its carbon capture incinerator failed to receive state funding

Project Bison to remove and store five million tons of CO2 annually

The project will deploy CarbonCapture’s direct air capture system with Frontier Carbon Solutions’ CO2 transportation and storage infrastructure in Wyoming

‘Carbon capture not a net zero solution!’

Research claims more projects are underperforming than successful

Air Products and ABP partner for large-scale UK green hydrogen production plant

The plant at the Port of Immingham would import green ammonia – which would be used to produce green hydrogen – from locations operated by Air Products and its partners globally

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