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  • As of 1 September 2017, new car models have had to pass new and more reliable emissions tests before they hit European roads, under new European Commission (EC) requirements. New cars produced by manufactures will now have to pass emissions tests in real driving conditions as well as an improved l...

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  • The EU Emissions Trading Directive - which came into force in January 2005 - promises to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by placing stringent limits on businesses freedom to pollute. Here, LogicaCMGs John Chennells discusses the need for companies involved to ensure they have the correct systems...

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  • A billion-dollar scheme to capture and inject the immense amounts of carbon dioxide emitted by Alberta's oil and gas industry may become reality, writes Gordon Cope.

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  • The Government will announce the level of carbon dioxide emissions industry is to be permitted to pump into the atmosphere later after a row with the EC. Britain submitted a revised NAP - to determine the level of CO2 emissions - to the commission in October. But the commission's response to its pro...

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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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  • n this second book in the Putting The Genie Back series, David Hone looks at  to the political response to the issue. The question facing any government as it confronts the task of reducing national carbon dioxide emissions is where to start and what to do first, almost certainly carbon pricing...

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  • Energy World recently asked Michelle Bentham, from the British Geological Society, about the prospects for the long-term storage of carbon dioxide in the UK. Michelle will address these issues in more detail during a one-day conference on the subject in London later this month.

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  • The World Coal Institute (WCI) recently published a new report on how the use of coal can help to meet the climate challenge. it specifically examines the potential of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology in enabling carbon dioxide emissions from coal use to be reduced by 80-90%. Below are so...

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