Shell leads push for carbon capture

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

‘We’re sacrificing billions of bread loaves for bioenergy’

A new report claims that the amount of land needed for bioenergy could be used to farm 15bn loaves of bread in a year

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

Government awards £5m for hydrogen bioenergy with CCS technologies

A total of 22 organisations will share the funding under a programme which supports technologies that can produce hydrogen from bioenergy feedstocks and be combined with carbon capture

Uniper granted €2.4m for industrial-scale hydrogen storage pilot

It intends to store up to 250,000 cubic meters of green hydrogen by 2024

Captured carbon since 1996 ‘heavily overestimated’

That’s due to no consistent monitoring framework, scientists claim

‘Storage is key’ for Australia to go net zero

Putting states in charge of their own targets will also be critical, a new report suggests

Carbon capture market will hit $4tn, says ExxonMobil

It believes carbon capture will dominate 60% of the $6.5tn market by 2050

Kent and CGG join for carbon capture and hydrogen projects

This follows Kent’s involvement in the HyNet project in the UK

US invests $175m in ‘disruptive clean energy’ technology projects

The 68 selected projects, spanning 22 states, will advance technologies for a wide range of areas, including EVs, offshore wind, storage and nuclear recycling