Acorn gets green light for massive CO2 storage expansion

Acorn has secured licenses from the North Sea Transition Authority to boost its carbon storage capacity in the North Sea, allowing it to store approximately 240 megatonnes of carbon dioxide

UK company dives deep to sink carbon

A UK-based carbon removal company is conducting seaweed biomass sinking trials to assess the carbon removal potential of seaweed

Scottish scientists score £1m to trap CO2 in volcanic rocks

The team of scientists is working to confirm the viability of a process in which CO2 captured is turned into minerals by basalt volcanic rock

Project bags licence to store CO2 in vast gas reservoirs

Perenco has secured a licence for Poseidon CCS at Leman gas fields to store carbon dioxide in depleted reservoirs

20 licences offered to store UK emissions

The UK has offered licenses for carbon storage sites to successful applicants – these sites have the potential to store up to 10% of the country’s annual emissions

Salty solution: Researchers shake things up with affordable CO2 capture

Researchers have found a new way to store carbon dioxide by creating structures made from a special salt

Eleph-antastic storage potential discovered under North Sea: UK Energy Secretary

Grant Shapps has announced a potential carbon storage capacity of 78 billion tonnes in the UK Continental Shelf, equivalent to the weight of 15 billion elephants or 234 million Boeing 747s

EU and Norway to form ‘Green Alliance’ on clean energy

The cooperation will reportedly focus on clean industries such as carbon capture, storage and hydrogen

bp and Harbour Energy team up for Viking CCS project

The project is predicted to have the capacity to meet one-third of the government’s target to capture and store up to 30 million tonnes of carbon dioxide a year by 2030

Drax to hold talks with government to deliver large-scale BECCS project

Although the Drax Power Station BECCS project has passed its deliverability assessment, it failed to get Track-1 status