Yorkshire goes big on hydrogen storage

SSE Thermal and Equinor has unveiled plans to upgrade their existing Aldbrough gas storage facility on the East Yorkshire coast to store hydrogen

Teesside to become home to the ‘UK’s first’ net zero power plant

The natural gas plant at Wilton International in Teesside will capture and store all its emissions under the North Sea

INEOS partners with ‘Scotland’s first’ major CCS project

The project is designed to store carbon dioxide emissions in depleted North Sea oil and gas reservoirs

Concrete plans to slash emissions from cement

Sulzer Chemtech and Blue Planet have developed a new technology they claim ‘more than offsets’ the carbon footprint of cement

SSE and Equinor submit plans for Keadby Carbon Capture Power Station

Keadby 3 would be a new power station in North Lincolnshire with a 900MW capacity, fuelled by natural gas and fitted with carbon capture technology to remove CO2 from its emissions

Drax and MHI sign carbon capture tech deal

Drax will use MHI technology to pave the way for negative emissions for its power station by 2030

Netherlands injects €2.1bn into ‘Europe’s largest’ CCS project

The project will capture emissions from industry in the Port of Rotterdam and store them in empty gas fields beneath the North Sea

Fresh cash for farmers to plant trees

Farmers and landowners can apply to secure a share from the newly announced £15 million tree planting initiative

Australia backs six carbon capture projects with $50m investment

They are expected to create nearly 470 direct jobs and deliver around $412m of investment, most of them in regional areas

How can cement be carbon-neutral?

German building materials company HeidelbergCement has announced it will upgrade one of its factories to make it the world’s first carbon-neutral cement plant