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Carbon Capture

SLB Seals Agreement to Acquire Majority Ownership in Aker Carbon Capture

SLB has disclosed that the company has an agreement to combine its carbon capture business with Aker Carbon Capture (ACC) to support accelerated industrial decarbonization at scale. SLB and Aker Carbon Capture will combine technology portfolios, expertise and operations platforms to bring carbon capture solutions to market more quickly and more economically. Bringing together complementary […]

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Norwegian Authorities Map out Two Areas for CO2 Storage

The Ministry of Energy has  declared two areas in the North Sea for applications related to CO2 injection and storage on the Norwegian continental shelf. “I am very pleased that several companies want storage areas for commercial storage of CO2 on the Norwegian continental shelf. We have developed a system that provides good access to […]

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Volcanic impacts on carbon capture and storage

CASP have published their first publications on CCS. Simon Passey has been involved in two papers investigating different areas volcanic rocks can aid with the secure storage of carbon dioxide. The first paper integrates petrology, poro-perm, QXRD and MICP data to begin to understand the containment and reactivity of volcaniclastic rocks with injected CO2. This research also has implications […]

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SBM, MHI Sign Partnership Agreement For FPSO Decarbonization Technology

SBM Offshore and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. (MHI) are pleased to announce the signing of a Partnership Agreement that will offer a CO2 capture solution for Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessels (FPSO) as they are producing oil and gas from offshore reservoirs. The agreement follows a successful engineering and design study between the companies demonstrating the […]

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Australian Woodside And Japan Progresses Carbon Capture And Storage Studies

Woodside Energy has signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with three Japanese companies to enable studies of a potential carbon, capture and storage (CCS) value chain between Japan and Australia. Under the MOU, Sumitomo Corporation, Toho Gas Co., Ltd. and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. will study the capture, storage and transportation of carbon dioxide […]

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Australia And Japan To Partner On Carbon Capture And Storage

Woodside has signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Kansai Electric Power Co. (KEPCO), to enable studies of a potential carbon, capture and storage (CCS) value chain between Japan and Australia. Under the MOU, KEPCO plans to research the capture of carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted from its thermal power plants and its transport to […]

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Sval Wins CO2 Storage Licence In Norwegian North Sea

Neptune Energy said that The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has awarded the Trudvang carbon storage licence to Sval which will partner with Neptune and Storegga. The Trudvang area has the potential to store up to nine million tonnes of CO2 annually for at least 25 years – a total of 225 million tons – with […]

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Gabonese Airport Attains Carbon Neutrality Certification

Libreville airport has just received the ACA 3+ (Airport Carbon Accreditation) carbon neutrality certificate set up by ACI (Airport Council International) Europe, to assess and recognize the efforts of airports in reducing their greenhouse gas emissions, inform the managers of Arise IS, manager of Libreville Airport. With this certification, this airport platform becomes “  the 1st airport  in Central […]

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TGS Develops New CO2 Storage Monitoring Technology For Project Greensand In The North Sea

Frequent seismic monitoring is essential for the safe and permanent storage of CO2. Therefore, there is great joy among the consortium partners behind Project Greensand after it becomes clear that the seismic monitoring technology developed specifically for the project is proving successful. The new technology ensures more frequent control of the Nini West field in […]

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MHI, Saipem To Partner On Carbon Capture Technologies

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) has signed a General License Agreement (GLA) with Saipem, one of Italy’s leading engineering companies. The deal involves the provision of MHI’s proprietary KM CDR Process and Advanced KM CDR Process technologies to Saipem for use in carbon capture plants. Both technologies were jointly developed with The Kansai Electric Power Co. […]

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