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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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  • The UK is set to invest £21.5mn into ‘ground-breaking’ carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) technologies in a global effort to reduce the cost of large-scale CCUS projects.The UK will join forces with Saudi Arabia and Mexico to lead the international challenge of removing carbon from emiss...

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  • New research published by the Energy Institute highlights attitudes in the oil and gas sector towards future opportunities and challenges for natural gas, in particular the imperatives of global emissions targets.

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  • Has the UK government fallen back in love with energy efficiency? This is the question addressed in our viewpoint article from EEVS, which starts our major feature on energy efficiency this month. With a second round of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) – see page 14 – on the near horizon...

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  • CCS is progressing worldwide, but by no means not fast enough. Brad Page gives his view of an industry that, he argues, is an essential part of the fight against climate change.

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  • As the move towards a low carbon future gathers momentum, Charlotte Hartley explains how the Acorn Project – a pioneering CCS programme – could dramatically reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the UK.

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  • Keeping the world on track to a maximum 1.5°C temperature rise on 1990 levels will require technologies to suck carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere, as we wrote about extensively last November. Or will it? A recent report says that such techniques, some of which stray into the field of geoengineeri...

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  • A total of 17 large-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) facilities are operating globally, capturing around 37mn tonnes of carbon dioxide per annum (the equivalent of around eight million cars), according to the latest report from the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute (GCCSI).  How...

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