Fresh $45m fund to decarbonise natural gas power and industrial sectors using CCS

Projects will help advance point-source CCS technologies that can capture at least 95% of carbon emissions from facilities that produce commodities like cement and steel

BECCS, negative emissions and the net zero business future

Countries and organisations around the world are racing towards net zero emissions targets. Major companies including Microsoft, Google, Siemens and Unilever have pledged to balance their emissions to net zero before 2050.

Concrete plans to slash emissions from cement

Sulzer Chemtech and Blue Planet have developed a new technology they claim ‘more than offsets’ the carbon footprint of cement

Project to trap carbon emissions to produce cement awarded $7.5m

Carbon dioxide will be directly injected from power plants into a concrete mixture where it will be permanently stored

Aussie carbon capture projects bag AUD$50m boost

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

Up to £7m on offer to help foundation industries reduce energy use

They include the cement, glass, ceramics and paper sectors, which are responsible for 10% of UK carbon emissions

Norway to welcome ‘world’s first large-scale carbon capture plant at a cement factory’

The project is expected to be able to capture around 400,000 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide every year if it is approved for state funding

UK’s cement industry slashes emissions by a quarter since 1998

A new report says the reduction in emissions was achieved largely due to businesses improving their energy efficiency credentials, using alternative feedstocks and utilising more renewable energy sources

It’s concrete – cement is responsible for 8% of global emissions

If the cement industry were a country, it would be the third largest emitter in the world

Cement sector ‘must double low carbon efforts’

The sector currently accounts for around 6% of global carbon dioxide emissions