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  • In the alternative aviation fuel world, interest is growing in developing from carbon capture and storage procedures into carbon capture and use, one approach being the manufacture of synthetic fuels.   The optimal estimate to date is that 7 gigatonnes of CO2 could be used as such by year ...

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  • In south Korea, the Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology has developed a photocatalyst comprising a blue titania seeded with copper and platinum that absorbs the Suns energy and converts CO2 into hydrocarbon fuels. 

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  • In Australia, the team led by the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and the University of New South Wales, has devised a method of converting CO2 back to the original carbon, by dissolving it in an electrolyte containing small amounts of a cerium liquid metal catalyst, and charging it with an ...

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  • Eni has unveiled a new business structure, underpinning its aim of becoming a leader in the energy transition.The company is creating two new business groups Natural Resources, to develop the upstream oil and gas portfolio sustainably, promoting energy efficiency and carbon capture; and Energy...

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  • This document sets out the next steps government and industry should take in partnership in order to achieve the governments ambition of having the option to deploy CCUS at scale during the 2030s, subject to costs coming down sufficiently.

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  • On 31st July 2018, BEIS launched a £15 million Call for CCUS Innovation to offer grant funding for innovation projects that lead to: A significant reduction in the cost of capturing and sequestering carbon dioxide; and/orA quicker, more widespread deployment of CCUS in the UK and internationally; Fu...

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  • "This consultation seeks views on our emerging findings on potential business models for carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS). It covers: a framework for future evaluation of models to support hydrogen production with CCUSthe CCUS-specific risks inherent in first of a kind CCUS projectsthe ...

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  • Total is stepping up its research into carbon capture, utilisation and Storage (CCUS) technologies by signing a multi-year partnership with UK start-up Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC). The partnership aims to develop new quantum algorithms to improve materials for CO2 capture.Totals ambition is t...

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  • Ineos business Inovyn is to participate in a power-to-methanol project in a bid to investigate options for sustainable methanol production at Antwerp, Belgium.As part of a seven-strong consortium, the company will contribute to a joint feasibility study for the production of methanol from captured c...

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