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

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

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

US awards $4m to enhance safety and security of carbon storage

Four selected projects aim to identify and reduce the risk of seismic disruptions and CO2 leakage in underground carbon dioxide storage facilities

SSE and Equinor unveil plans for new gas power plant with carbon capture in Scotland

The Peterhead CCS Power Station is planned to be a new 900MW gas-fired power station, which will be fitted with carbon capture technology that will enable it to remove carbon dioxide from its emissions

‘UK’s first’ carbon capture project given £72m funding

The HyNet North West project is expected to create 6,000 new jobs and reduce carbon emissions by 10 million tonnes every year by 2030

Japanese trading house invests in UK CCS project

Acorn CCS project aims to store carbon dioxide emissions in North Sea oil and gas reservoirs

Aussie carbon capture projects bag AUD$50m boost

Carbon recycling is among the eligible technologies that will secure a share from the fund

National Infrastructure Commission seeks evidence on carbon capture and storage technologies

It is inviting businesses, policymakers, scientists, academics, think tanks and investors to share their views on the potential of two technologies – direct air CCS and bioenergy with CCS

Norway submits plan for £2bn carbon capture and storage project

The government proposes to initially implement the carbon capture technology at Norcem’s cement factory in Brevik