Emissions
Could US carbon capture project promise negative-emission fuels?

A new project in Mississippi suggests the answer is yes – it will convert waste woody biomass into diesel and aviation fuel while capturing any emissions released during the process

US invests $56.5m in advanced clean coal technologies

A total of 32 winners will share the funding for projects including carbon capture, utilisation and storage and steam turbine efficiency

US invests $110m in carbon capture, utilisation and storage

CCUS is an alternative option to help reduce carbon emissions from fossil fuel power plants and other industrial energy sources

Net zero: UK will miss carbon target without ‘urgent action’

The Science and Technology Committee has slammed the government for ‘unacceptable’ cutbacks and slow progress and set out 10 steps it should take to ensure the goal is met

Net zero: Andrea Leadsom urged to ‘act quickly’ on policies

The BEIS Committee has written to the minister to act on policies such as energy efficiency, electric vehicles and carbon capture, utilisation and storage

Government consults on re-use of oil and gas assets for CCUS projects

It is also proposing a new business model for CCUS projects that would allow developers to charge customers in advance through their existing bills

Drax, Equinor and National Grid partner to create UK’s first zero carbon cluster

They will explore how a large-scale carbon capture usage and storage (CCUS) network and a hydrogen production facility could be built in the Humber region

Chimney emissions
UK Government’s CCUS targets ‘vague and unambitious’

The BEIS Committee has said more must be done to implement carbon capture technologies, which it suggests are vital to tackle climate change

CCUS ‘crucial to driving global decarbonisation agenda’

The head of the Organising Committee of the World Energy Congress believes the utilisation of carbon is an area that needs development

Carbon dioxide emissions
BP, Drax, Shell and Tata Steel join UK carbon capture Advisory Group

They will provide advice on the potential incentives and regulations needed for the development of a new CCUS market in Britain