April 2020

30.04.2020

# Political Papers

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National Energy Technology Laboratory. 2020: "Safe Geologic Storage of Captured Carbon Dioxide – DOE’s Carbon Storage R&D Program: Two Decades in Review."

National Energy Technology Laboratory. 2020: "Safe Geologic Storage of Captured Carbon Dioxide – DOE’s Carbon Storage R&D Program: Two Decades in Review." Pittsburgh, April 13, 2020.

"A recently released report, “Safe Geologic Storage of Captured Carbon Dioxide: Two Decades of DOE’s Carbon Storage R&D Program in Review” dives into how the department and NETL and other national laboratories, research organizations, and industry stakeholders have worked collaboratively to meet the challenge of addressing the emission of greenhouse gases while ensuring the continued use of fossil fuels that underpin our nation’s economic prosperity."

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30.04.2020

# Media

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Clean Air Task Force: The Status of Carbon Capture Projects in the U.S. (And What They Need to Break Ground)

"CATF is tracking newly announced CCUS projects in order to better keep up with this rapidly changing landscape."

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30.04.2020

# Media

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Institution of Mechanical Engineers: Carbon capture and storage must be widely deployed to meet emission targets

"In late 2019, the owner of western Europe’s most polluting coal-fired power station made a bold promise: the facility will be carbon negative in just 10 years’ time."

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30.04.2020

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Energy.gov: U.S. Department of Energy Announces $131 Million for CCUS Technologies

"Today, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Office of Fossil Energy announced up to $131 million for carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) research and development (R&D) projects through one new funding opportunity announcement (FOA) and the winners of five project selections from a previous FOA."

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30.04.2020

# Media

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Strategy CCUS: Partner profile: ‘Industrial symbiosis’ will open up promising regions to CCUS

"For CIMPOR, Portugal’s biggest producer of cement, the motivation for its involvement in STRATEGY CCUS is crystal clear: it firmly believes that carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) will play a critical role in helping its sector reduce greenhouse gas emissions while addressing Europe’s Green Deal objectives."

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30.04.2020

# Projects

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Project: Strategy CCUS

"Scientists from ten European countries are working together to speed the development of carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) technology, which will deliver significant cuts in emissions from industrial and power sectors."

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30.04.2020

# Projects

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Project: C4U (Advanced Carbon Capture for steel industries integrated in CCUS Clusters)

"C4U is a holistic interdisciplinary project involving the collaboration with 8 European countries and Mission Innovation Countries, Canada, China and USA aimed at addressing all the essential elements required for the optimal integration of CO2 capture in the iron and steel industry as part of the CCUS chain."

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30.04.2020

# Media

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The Chemical Engineer: Japanese consortium to study CCU

"A CONSORTIUM of three Japanese companies is to jointly research effective recycling of carbon dioxide (CO2) for methanol production, at a refinery in Tomakomai City, Hokkaido, Japan where CO2 is already being captured and stored by an existing demonstration plant."

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30.04.2020

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Blog post: CSAG: Lebogang Matlakala: Is Solar Radiation Management a practical solution?

"In any case, SRM can not be the solution to GHG emissions but it is a potential temporary fix."

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30.04.2020

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SRMGI: Interview with Dr. Izidine Pinto

"In January, global SRM research reached an important milestone: the publication of the world’s first African research paper on solar geoengineering. The paper’s lead author was Mozambican climatologist Dr Izidine Pinto, working with colleagues at the University of Cape Town and the American National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)."

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