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Texas energy giants throw weight behind carbon capture and storage

The large-scale rollout of carbon capture and storage tech has gained industry support in Houston with 11 firms supporting the initiative.

Chevron evaluates carbon capture storage and use in the US

Chevron has partnered with energy services firm Enterprise Products Partners to assess carbon capture storage and utilisation in the US.

East Coast Cluster selected as one of UK’s first CCUS projects

The UK has named the East Coast Cluster (ECC) as a 'Track-1' cluster, putting it on course for deployment by the mid-2020s.

Wärtsilä to lead Norwegian carbon capture research initiative

Wärtsilä will lead research and development of carbon capture and storage solutions to decarbonise the maritime industry.

Iceland launches the world’s largest carbon capture and storage plant

Icelandic carbon capture company, Climeworks, has officially launched Orca, the world’s largest direct air capture and storage plant that permanently removes CO₂ from the air.

Nuclear and renewables at heart of UK’s Net Zero Strategy

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has unveiled the UKs Net Zero Strategy, which aims for greater energy security through renewables and state-of-the-art British nuclear reactors.

Eni signs pact with IRENA to accelerate renewables deployment

Italian energy firm Eni has partnered with the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) to accelerate the deployment of clean energy resources.

Governments must up their policy game to unlock green hydrogen – IEA

Governments need to move faster and more decisively on policy measures to enable low-carbon hydrogen to help the world reach net zero while boosting energy security.

Babcock & Wilcox supply waste-to-energy equipment for Greenland projects

Babcock & Wilcox will provide and install combustion, boiler and feeder systems for a pair of municipal waste-to-energy facilities in Greenland.

SSE Thermal teams up with students on carbon capture video game

SSE Thermal and Abertay University have challenged a group of students to create an educational video game that focuses on carbon capture and storage.

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