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  • The push for net zero means the UK has to develop some way of delivering ‘negative emissions’, perhaps capturing carbon emitted from bioenergy schemes. Here, the REA’s Samuel Stevenson discusses the possibilities.

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  • Energy companies Drax Group, Equinor and National Grid Ventures have launched a new campaign, Zero Carbon Humber, to show how carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) technology could make the Humber a net zero carbon economy and provide a foundation for the rollout of hydrogen as a fuel across the ...

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  • As the world gradually moves away from fossil fuels, the question arises – what do we do with the thousands of offshore oil and gas platforms that are reaching the end of their productive lives? Elliot Tawney reports.

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  • Nine companies have secured £26mn of government funding, along with industry backing, to advance the rollout of carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) projects in the UK. After many delays, the development of a significant UK carbon capture sector could have begun.The government sees the dev...

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  • A consortium of 11 European stakeholders, including ArcelorMittal, Axens, IFP Energies Nouvelles (IFPEN) and Total, has announced plans for a new industrial carbon capture and storage (CCS) project.The €20mn DMX Demonstration in Dunkirk (3D) project, which is part of the Horizon 2020 EU research and...

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  • The government needs to move away from ‘vague and ambiguous’ targets and give a clear policy direction to ensure that the UK seizes the industrial and decarbonisation benefits of carbon capture usage and storage (CCUS), according to the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee in a ...

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  • UK policymakers are expressing renewed interest in carbon capture and storage technologies. While previous conversations have centred around funding challenges, it’s now time to think through the technical execution, writes Norman Glen.

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  • How is the global development of carbon capture and storage proceeding? That partly depends on who you ask, writes Mark Rowe. Yet several promising new technologies are emerging and there are signs that investors are beginning to trust the technology.

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  • The electricity sector attracted the largest share of global energy investments in 2017, sustained by robust spending on grids – exceeding the oil and gas industry for the second year in row – as the energy sector moves toward greater electrification, according to the International Energy Agency’s (...

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  • New research shows that captured carbon dioxide (CO2) can be stored safely for thousands of years by injecting the liquefied gas deep underground into the microscopic pore spaces of common rocks. The findings – published in Nature Communications1 – increase confidence in the widespread roll-out...

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