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INEOS launches hydrogen pilot project in Belgium

For the first time in Belgium, hydrogen will be used in a commercial scale cogeneration plant designed to generate electricity and heat from natural gas.

Carbon capture innovator completes £8m funding round

Carbon capture technology company C-Capture has announced that it has completed an £8 million ($11.13 million) funding round supported by existing shareholders...

GE: Pathways to faster decarbonisation with gas and renewables

A recent virtual media roundtable organised by GE Gas Power focused on ‘Pathways to Faster Decarbonisation with Gas and Renewables’.
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Siemens Energy to build novel waste heat-to-power facility in Canada

Siemens Energy has signed an agreement with TC Energy to commission what is said to be a first-of-its-kind waste heat-to-power pilot installation in Alberta.
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G20 policies insufficient to meet Paris climate goals

With just nine months to go until the critical next round of international climate talks, the world’s largest economies are far from having the right climate policies in place.
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ExxonMobil launches business to commercialize carbon capture tech

ExxonMobil has announced the creation of a new business to commercialise its extensive low-carbon technology portfolio.
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DNV merges oil & gas and renewables arms into new energy...

DNV GL, the assurance and risk management company, will combine its current Oil & Gas and Power & Renewables businesses into one new business area called Energy Systems.

Aberdeen University launches landmark energy transition degree

The University of Aberdeen has launched the UK’s first postgraduate degree programme in Energy Transition Systems and Technologies.
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Global energy transition investment up by 9% despite COVID-19 disruptions

A new, broad measure of ‘energy transition investment shows that the world committed a record $501.3 billion to decarbonisation in 2020.
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Total quits American Petroleum Institute over climate goals

French multinational energy company Total has withdrawn its membership within the American Petroleum Institute (API).

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