UK carbon capture projects shortlisted for new cluster

Two clusters are being built based on the Prime Minister’s Ten Point Plan

EU backs cleantech innovators with €1.8bn investment

A total of 17 projects will share the funding to bring ‘breakthrough technologies’ to the market in energy-intensive industries

“UK has the capacity to hold two centuries’ worth of its current emissions”

UK’s carbon capture and storage could be worth £20 billion in the next ten years, according to a new report

EU and Norway step up co-operation to ensure additional gas supplies

Norway is the biggest producer of oil and gas in Europe, delivering around one-fourth of EU countries’ gas consumption and significantly contributing to European energy security

Three companies seek permits for carbon storage off Norway

CapeOmega, TotalEnergies and Wintershall Dea submitted bids to store carbon dioxide on the Norwegian continental shelf

BP and Linde to develop major CCS project in Texas

The project, which will also include low carbon hydrogen production, aims to store up to 15m tons of CO2 per year in multiple sites

New carbon capture project could give UK economy £1.2bn boost

SSE Thermal and Equinor are working together on the Peterhead power station

Climate transition: EU grants €1.1bn funded by revenues from Emissions Trading System

The projects are deploying low carbon technologies at industrial scale, covering key sectors such as hydrogen, steel, chemicals, cement, solar energy, biofuels and CCS

EU and Norway announce plans to establish Green Alliance

They reaffirmed their commitment to reduce emissions by at least 55% by 2030 and achieve domestic climate neutrality by 2050

Talos Energy partners with EnLink for Louisiana CCS project

The project will focus on the Mississippi River industrial corridor from New Orleans to Baton Rogue, which is one of the largest concentrated sources of CO2 emissions in the US