Oil and gas sector ‘must take action to advance CCS technologies’

That’s the verdict from Oil & Gas UK, which has published a new report stressing CCS is critical to the UK’s plans to reach a net zero economy by 2050

‘UK can reach net zero with technologies already widely available’

The Centre for Alternative Technology has published a new report in which it claims the country will not need carbon capture and storage to decarbonise

US announces $43m for carbon capture and storage technology

The programme seeks to develop technologies that address difficulties in decarbonisation of electricity systems, focusing specifically on complications in CCS design, operations and commercialisation potential

Businesses offered £5m for ‘fast start’ projects to boost energy efficiency

Projects must target foundation industries including cement, paper, glass, ceramics, metals and bulk chemicals

Edinburgh Uni granted £1.12m for hydrogen storage research

The HyStorPor study aims to increase the understanding of the hydrogen storage system, from the physical and chemical processes to social acceptability

2050 carbon target
Gas, renewables and CCS ‘must drive decarbonisation by 2050’

DNV GL believes gas and renewables will be the only energy sources for which demand will be higher in 2050 than it is today

Cement giant hardens its stance on CCS development

HeidelbergCement has signed a memorandum of understanding with Equinor to accelerate the development of carbon capture and storage technologies

UK passes law for net zero emissions by 2050

It has become the first major economy in the world to do so

UK Government awards £26m for carbon capture, utilisation and storage

The finance will be shared among nine projects, including the nation’s largest emissions-capturing facility to date

Could carbon dioxide feed the fish? Drax says yes

The energy giant has teamed up with a biotech start-up to explore whether captured carbon dioxide emissions can be used to make edible proteins