30.09.2021

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Advocate Tribune: Major "Carbon Capture" project to bring environmental health and jobs through $4.5 billion dollar investment

"Granite Falls received some exciting news in terms of carbon capture development and local ethanol industry impact through the recent announcement by Summit Carbon Solutions who presented to the Yellow Medicine County Board on August 24."

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30.09.2021

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Alcalde, Juan; et al. (2021): A criteria-driven approach to the CO2 storage site selection of East Mey for the acorn project in the North Sea

Alcalde, Juan; Heinemann, Niklas; James, Alan; Bond, Clare E.; Ghanbari, Saeed; Mackay, Eric J. et al. (2021): A criteria-driven approach to the CO2 storage site selection of East Mey for the acorn project in the North Sea. In Marine and Petroleum Geology 133, p. 105309. DOI: 10.1016/j.marpetgeo.2021.105309.

"Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is an essential tool in the fight against climate change. Any prospective storage site must meet various criteria that ensure the effectiveness, safety and economic viability of the storage operations. Finding the most suitable site for the storage of the captured CO2 is an essential part of the CCS chain of activity. This work addresses the site selection of a second site for the Acorn CCS project, a project designed to develop a scalable, full-chain CCS project in the North Sea (offshore northeast Scotland). This secondary site has been designed to serve as a backup and upscaling option for the Acorn Site, and has to satisfy pivotal project requirements such as low cost and high storage potential."

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27.09.2021

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Hydrocarbon Engineering: Carbon capture and storage gains industry support

"Eleven companies have expressed interest in supporting the large-scale deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology in Houston, Texas, US."

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27.09.2021

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ShipInsight: DSME in CCS development with Korean partner

"Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) has announced success of a joint development of CO2 capture and storage device technology for ships with Hi Air Korea."

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27.09.2021

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The Scotsman: Climate change: Hydrogen and carbon-capture can play a key part in Scotland's transition to a green economy– Paul McLennan MSP

"The Scottish Cluster Campaign brings together key stakeholders from across the Scottish economy to create a pathway towards decarbonisation of Scottish and UK industry."

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27.09.2021

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Gasworld: Wood to lead Humber Zero carbon capture project

"Global consulting and engineering company Wood has won a contract to work on UK hybrid carbon capture and storage (CCUS) and hydrogen project Humber Zero."

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27.09.2021

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Gasworld: Air Liquide and Saras join forces on CCS solution

"Major energy player Air Liquide will partner with Italian energy and refining company Saras to explore carbon capture and storage (CCS) solutions at Saras’ Sarroch refinery site in Sardinia."

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27.09.2021

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Energy Voice: Petrofac teams up with CCS firm CO2 Capsol

"Petrofac is teaming up with tech firm CO2 Capsol targeting carbon capture and storage (CCS) work across the UK, Europe and, eventually, globally."

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27.09.2021

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Thomson Reuters Foundation News: Pollution to products? Recycled carbon emissions are coming to consumer shelves

"WASHINGTON, Sept 16 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A long-forgotten industrial fermentation process is allowing a small share of climate-changing carbon pollution to be turned into household products, with the first items available this year."

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27.09.2021

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Podcast: Energy Exchange: A Major Milestone For Direct-Air-CO2 Capture

"The world’s biggest carbon capture and storage machine launched last week in Iceland. It’s called Orca. According to Swiss startup Climeworks, the company which built the plant, it will capture 4,000 metric tons of CO2 per year and bury it underground."

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