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Nyhetsklipp med fokus på CO2-håndtering fra Gassnova SF, 17. april 2013

Nyhet   •   apr 17, 2013 10:31 CEST

Gassnova SF sender hver onsdag ut et eget nyhetsbrev der vi trekker fram de mest sentrale nyhetene innenfor CO2-håndtering i løpet av uken.

Gassnovas Årsmelding 2012

Gassnova: En foruroligende klimarekord preget 2012: Aldri har det vært målt mindre is i Arktis enn i september. Forskere kobler issmeltingen til høyere temperaturer og klimaendringer. Dette er trolig bare begynnelsen. Vi må bekjempe klimaendringene nå! Les mer

Saudi-Arabia vil bli solenergi-kjempe

Norsk Fjernvarme / Aftenposten: - Fossilt brennstoff vil dominere i svært mange år ennå, men det gjør det ikke mindre viktig å satse på alternativ energi., konstaterer den saudiarabiske oljeministeren Ali al-Naimi, som nylig møtte sin norske kollega Ola Borten Moe i Riyadh. Les mer

Skjebnedag for CO2-kvoter

Ingeniøren: Tirsdag 16. april stemmer Europa-Parlamentet over en gjennoopprettingsplan for EUs underprisede CO2-kvoter. Les mer

Energy as Dirty as 20 Years Ago on Slow Climate Effort

Bloomberg: The level of carbon emitted in global energy supplies has barely changed in 20 years amid stalled efforts to curb pollution and increased coal use, the International Energy Agency said. Les mer

Europe’s carbon market left in disarray

The Financial Times: The world’s largest carbon market was in disarray on Tuesday after the European Parliament voted against a plan to rescue the EU’s flagship climate change policy. Les mer

President Requests $638.0 Million for Fossil Energy Programs

US Dept. of Energy: - President Obama’s FY 2014 budget seeks $638.0 million for the Office of Fossil Energy (FE) to advance technologies related to the reliable, efficient, affordable and environmentally sound use of fossil fuels as well as manage the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and Northeast Home Heating Oil Reserve to provide strategic and economic security against disruptions in U.S. oil supplies. Les mer

Greenhouse News 109 (April 2013)

ieaghg: UK Bidders announced • Shale Gas Emission Report • New ISO CCS Standards • Utilisation of CO2: A Symposium Les mer

China represents 68% of increase in global CO2 emissions

The Times of India: India represented 8% of the increase in global energy-related CO2 emissions between 2000 and 2010 according to a report by US based Climate Policy Initiative (CPI). In contrast, China represented a whopping 68% of the increase in global CO2 emissions. Les mer

Shell forsvarer Connie Hedegaards redningsplan for CO2-kvoter

Ingeniøren / Berlingske Tidende: Oliegigant går til frontangreb på Dansk Industri og Business Europe, som kæmper imod at hæve prisen på CO2-forurening. Les mer

EU NER funding guidance issued for UK CCS developers

CarbonCaptureJournal: - The guidance sets out that the Government will support the two preferred bidders and two reserve bidders in its £1bn CCS competition. Les mer

EU seeks views on the future of CCS

CarbonCaptureJournal: - The European Commission, Directorate General Energy, has published a Consultative Communication on the future of carbon capture and storage in Europe and invited stakeholders to give their views. Les mer

Carbon capture technique developed

Horticulture Week: Canadian company ProSelect Gas Treating has developed a technique to extract and store carbon dioxide from biomass burner flue gases that can then be used in pure form to enrich the glasshouse atmosphere. Les mer

Congressional report raises doubts about FutureGen

The State Journal-Register: A new report from Congress’ nonpartisan research arm raises questions about the future of the FutureGen clean-coal project in Illinois, citing delays and other concerns. Les mer

UK makes case for EU carbon plan

Financial Times: Rejecting a plan to shore up the EU’s troubled carbon market will imperil investments in green technologies, said Ed Davey, the UK energy secretary, as he sought to persuade reluctant members of the European parliament ahead of a key vote. Les mer

Solar Booster Shot for Natural Gas Power Plants

Science Daily: Natural gas power plants can use about 20 percent less fuel when the sun is shining by injecting solar energy into natural gas with a new system being developed by the Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Les mer

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