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

Aker Carbon Capture and Siemens Energy team up for sustainable power generation

The collaboration will initially focus on the European market for new low carbon power generation, where a combination of new turbines and carbon capture and storage can provide sustainable solutions fit for the 21st century

‘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

Project to turn coal to liquid hydrogen begins in Australia

The Australian-Japanese collaboration could reduce carbon emissions by 1.8m tonnes per year, equivalent to the emissions of 350,000 petrol cars

FedEx commits $2bn to become carbon neutral by 2040

The delivery services company intends to make investments in three key areas: vehicle electrification, sustainable energy and carbon sequestration

ExxonMobil creates new business focused on low carbon energy solutions

It plans to invest $3bn through 2025, with an initial focus on carbon capture and storage technologies

Low carbon hydrogen ‘can be made at scale’

Hydrogen can clean up industry whether it’s green or blue, says new report

Investment in the global energy transition topped $500bn in 2020

Solar and wind received the bulk of renewable investments globally, according to a new report

Northern Lights: Norway agrees to fund CO2 transport and storage project

Equinor, Shell and Total made a conditional investment decision on the project in May this year

Microsoft joins Norwegian carbon storage project as technology partner

Northern Lights is a joint project between the Norwegian Government and energy companies Equinor, Shell and Total that seeks to standardise and scale CCS across Europe