UK strikes deal with CO2 firm to restart operations amid food supply fears

The agreement with CF Fertilisers will last for three weeks and is expected to ensure immediate supplies to the food sector remain in place

Carbon dioxide supply shock ‘could lead to food shortages in Britain’

The meat industry warns businesses could grind to a halt if they cannot secure an adequate supply of CO2 as the gas plays a ‘critical and irreplaceable role’ in the food and drinks manufacturing process

Net zero: What does it mean for your organisation?

The term “net zero” is one we hear with growing frequency as part of the climate change conversation. It’s vital that businesses understand what it means and how they can work towards it.

Earth’s interior ‘swallowing up’ more carbon than previously thought, say scientists

They found the carbon drawn into the Earth’s interior where the tectonic plates collide tends to stay locked away at depth, rather than resurfacing in the form of volcanic emissions

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

New data reveals decline in toxic emissions from US power plants

The fall in emissions are primarily due to changes in the mix of fuels used in electricity generation, with data revealing a 19% fall in coal generation and an increase in natural gas and renewable production

Energy prices return to more normal seasonal prices, but two world’s collide in carbon

Energy prices return to more normal seasonal prices, but two world’s collide in carbon

EDF seeks partners for hydrogen and direct capture demos at Sizewell C

It has issued two ‘expression of interest’ proposals and is calling on companies with relevant expertise to come forward to help deliver the projects