Carbon Capture Storage

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The team at Global Energy Infrastructure (GEI) are thrilled to share what makes us your resource hub for international energy market intelligence in 2024. In the coming months we have exciting plans to expand our intelligence and data offerings.   Data Knowledge Hub for the Energy World GEI is yo..

CCS projects outlook in 2024

An ambitious pipeline of CCS projects through 2030 shows optimism for the sector.

Data Director's Q4 Update

Peregrine Bush, Director of Data and Technology, shares his Q4 2023 update

Ethanol bets big on CCS, but its role in decarbonisation remains fuzzy

by Seth Haskell, CCS Research   Ethanol punches above its weight in US carbon capture and storage (CCS) installations, accounting for 70pc of the announced capture sites expected to come online by the end of 2028 despite making up just 2pc of the US primary energy mix. In comparison, natural gas..

Blue Hydrogen Emerges as Key to Transition Future

By Seyed Mohsen Razavi, Energy Technology Analyst, Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF)   The energy sector is undergoing a transformation, with a growing focus on cleaner energy sources and technologies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and contribute to a more sustainable future. In this con..

NextChem awarded a feasibility study by Marcegaglia to decarbonize their Ravenna Steel Plant through Carbon Capture solutions

MAIRE S.p.A. announces that its Sustainable Technology Solutions subsidiary NextChem and Marcegaglia Group (Marcegaglia) have signed a contract for a feasibility study to accelerate the decarbonization of Marcegaglia’s steel plant in Ravenna (Emilia Romagna region, Northern Italy). The study refers to the installation of carbon capture units from flue gases. Upon a successful completion of the feasibility study, NextChem will involve the Group’s Integrated E&C Solutions Business Unit for the execution of the Front-End Engineering Design (FEED).

NEW: Carbon Capture Storage Database is now available!

Addressing the challenges of climate change requires innovative solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology has emerged as a promising approach to mitigate carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from energy-intensive industries and power generation. To support the advancement and deployment of CCS, the new Global Energy Infrastructure (GEI) Carbon Capture Storage database provides a comprehensive collection of information and data related to CCS projects worldwide.

Summit Carbon Solutions announces Absolute Energy as partner Ethanol plant in Iowa

Summit Carbon Solutions is pleased to announce a new partnership with Absolute Energy, an ethanol plant located in Saint Ansgar, Iowa. Absolute Energy, which commenced operations in 2008 and produces approximately 130 million gallons per year of ethanol, joins an expanding network of leading ethanol plants as partners in the transformative carbon capture and storage project led by Summit Carbon Solutions.

Nucor Enters Into Carbon Capture & Storage Agreement with ExxonMobil

Nucor Corporation announced 1 June 2023, that it has signed an agreement with ExxonMobil to capture, transport, and store carbon from the company's direct reduced iron (DRI) plant in Convent, Louisiana. ExxonMobil will capture up to 800,000 metric tons per year of CO2 from the DRI plant and store the CO2 at an ExxonMobil-owned facility in Louisiana.

CNOOC Limited Announces China's First Offshore CCS Demonstration Project Commissioned

On June 1, CNOOC Limited announced the official commissioning of China's first offshore CCS demonstration project. The CCS project is an auxiliary part of the Enping 15-1 oilfields development. Enping 15-1 oilfield is located in the Pearl River Mouth Basin, about 190 kilometers southwest of Hong Kong, with an average water depth of approximately 80 meters and has a high carbon dioxide content.

RWE announces development proposals for three new carbon capture projects across the UK

RWE, the UK’s leading electricity generator, has today announced plans to progress three new carbon capture projects as it leads the way towards helping decarbonise UK power. The company is testing the feasibility of options to retrofit carbon capture technology at its existing combined cycle gas power stations at Pembroke and Staythorpe. It is also developing proposals for a new carbon-capture, gas-fired power station at Stallingborough, close to the Humber Estuary. The proposed development would be up to 800 megawatts enough to power one million homes.

GEI Carbon Capture Storage Database - coming soon

Addressing the challenges of climate change requires innovative solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology has emerged as a promising approach to mitigate carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from energy-intensive industries and power generation. To support the advancement and deployment of CCS, the new Global Energy Infrastructure (GEI) Carbon Capture Storage Database provides a comprehensive collection of information and data related to CCS projects worldwide.

Danish subsidy award unlocks major CCS project

Orsted places €200mn order with Aker Carbon Capture and seals large offtake deal with Microsoft as state aid opens way for CCS at bioenergy plants The Danish government has awarded renewable energy company Orsted long-term state aid for carbon capture projects at two of its biomass-fired combined-heat-and-power plants, paving the way for the development of the country’s first full-scale CCS value chain.

Yara and Enbridge to develop and construct a low-carbon blue ammonia project at Enbridge Ingleside Energy Center

Yara Clean Ammonia (Yara), a Yara International ASA company, and Enbridge Inc. (Enbridge), are pleased to announce the signing of a letter of intent to jointly develop and construct a world scale low-carbon blue ammonia production facility as equal partners. The proposed facility, which includes autothermal reforming with carbon capture, will be located at the Enbridge Ingleside Energy Center (EIEC) near Corpus Christi, Texas.

COPENHAGEN INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNERS AND SUSTAINABLE FUELS GROUP CHOOSE TOPSOE TECHNOLOGY FOR BLUE AMMONIA PROJECT

Topsoe’s ammonia technology will enable Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) – through its CI Energy Transition Fund - and Sustainable Fuels Group (SFG) to produce blue ammonia from a planned facility on the U.S. Gulf Coast, expected to be operational in 2027

Chevron commits $38 million to Australian carbon capture and storage research

Chevron Australia will contribute a combined A$38 million to carbon capture and storage (CCS) research projects in Western Australia and Victoria, advancing knowledge of the critical emissions technology for a lower carbon future.

ExxonMobil awards FEED for world's largest low-carbon hydrogen facility

IRVING, Texas – ExxonMobil announced the next step in the development of the world’s largest low-carbon hydrogen production facility with a contract award for front-end engineering and design (FEED). A final investment decision for the project is expected by 2024, subject to stakeholder support, regulatory permitting, and market conditions.

Northern Lights awards ship management contract to “K” LINE

Northern Lights JV DA and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” LINE) have signed contracts for “K” LINE to operate the two first 7,500 m3 liquefied CO2 ships. The ships will be delivered in 2024 and will contribute to the world’s first full-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) value chain.

Topsoe technology chosen for industrial scale low carbon ammonia project in Louisiana

Topsoe has been chosen as technology provider to Ascension Clean Energy (ACE), an industrial scale low carbon hydrogen-ammonia joint venture project by Clean Hydrogen Works (CHW), Denbury Carbon Solutions and Hafnia.

ArcelorMittal signs MoU with the Spanish Government supporting €1 billion investment in decarbonisation technologies

New DRI and EAF installations in Gijón will reduce carbon emissions at the company’s Spanish operations by approximately 50%. The DRI installation in Gijón will also enable ArcelorMittal Sestao to be the world’s first full-scale zero carbon-emissions steel plant.