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Gas – The second pillar of decarbonisation

A new report released by research company IHS Markit explains the role gas can play in the transition to net-zero.

The role of gas in energy decarbonisation

A new report released by research company IHS Markit explains the role gas can play in the transition to net-zero.

DoE pours $52m into clean hydrogen R&D

The US Department of Energy has invested $52.5 million towards the research and development (R&D) of clean hydrogen technologies.

Sulzer Chemtech and Blue Planet to reduce cement emissions with CCUS

Sulzer Chemtech is partnering with Blue Planet to drive the optimisation of Blue Planet's carbon capture, utilization and storage solutions.

Carbon competition head says new approach needed on CCS

The head of a global competition to produce new carbon capture, utilization and storage technologies has weighed in on CCS efforts to date.

Coal power faces “decade of stagnation” says IEA

The world’s coal sector is facing “a decade of stagnation” according to the International Energy Agency.

Lack of government support impeding climate goals ” IEA

The world’s energy system is lagging significantly in terms of fulfilling the climate goals established by the Paris Agreement, according to the International Energy Agency. 

IEA: Hydrogen and clean energy technologies key to meeting climate targets

The International Energy Agency's new energy technologies report calls for more attention to decarbonization of the transport, buildings and industry sectors.

Carbon capture and utilization: Putting the ‘U’ in CCUS

Much has been written in these pages about the viability of carbon capture and storage (CCS), which the International Energy Agency (IEA), in its recent 20 Years of CCS: Accelerating Future Deployment report, called "the only technology solution capable of delivering significant emissions reductions from the use of fossil fuels in power generation and industrial processes".

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