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Nyhetsklipp med fokus på CO2-håndtering fra Gassnova SF, 22. febr. 2013

Nyhet   •   feb 22, 2013 12:59 CET

Gassnova SF sender hver onsdag ut et eget nyhetsbrev der vi trekker fram de mest sentrale nyhetene innenfor CO2-håndtering i løpet av uken. Vi ønsker denne uken og spesielt framheve:

 - Gassnova anskaffer tjenester for modning av CO2-lager
 - Statsstøtte: Grønt lys for testing av karbonfangst i sementindustrien

 

Gassnova anskaffer tjenester for modning av CO2-lager

Gassnova: Det skal legges frem et samlet underlag til investeringsbeslutning for fullskala CO2-håndtering fra kraftvarmeverket på Mongstad for Stortinget i løpet av 2016. Et samlet underlag inkluderer fangst, transport og lagring av CO2. - På Mongstad er arbeidet med å kvalifisere fangstteknologi godt i gang. Nå ønsker vi å inngå kontrakt med operatører som kan modne lager for oss, sier administrerende direktør Tore Amundsen i Gassnova. Les mer

Statsstøtte: Grønt lys for testing av karbonfangst i sementindustrien

Efta Surveillance Authority: EFTAs overvåkingsorgan ESA godkjente i dag statsstøtte på nærmere 70 mill kroner til Norcem for bygging av et forskningsanlegg for karbonfangst ved sementfabrikken i Brevik. Kommentar fra Gassnova: CLIMIT vil behandle saken i et ekstraordinært programstyremøte fredag 22. februar. Dersom programstyremøtet velger å gjøre et vedtak, må kontakt signeres før avtalen er endelig. Les mer

Caron sponge could soak up coal emissions

CarbonCaptureJournal: In a study published today in Angewandte Chemie, Monash University and CSIRO scientists for the first time discovered a photosensitive metal organic framework (MOF) – a class of materials known for their exceptional capacity to store gases. This has created a powerful and cost-effective new tool to capture and store, or potentially recycle, carbon dioxide. Les mer

CO2riskman

DNV: The CO2RISKMAN Joint Industry Project (JIP) was initiated and led by DNV to develop industry guidance that provides a comprehensive reference source to assist the emerging CCS industry appreciate, understand, communicate and manage the issues, challenges and potential hazards associated with handling CCS CO2 streams. Les mer

Integration with carbon capture plant

Lifestyles: SaskPower will be taking Unit 3 at the Boundary Dam Power Station off-line on Monday to begin the process of refurbishing the unit, as part of the integrated carbon capture and storage project at the plant. Les mer

In European Union, Emissions Trade Is Sputtering

New York Times: Low carbon prices do provide some relief to industry in grim economic times, but they do not provide much incentive to switch to cleaner fuels or invest in expensive technologies like carbon capture and storage, a process for removing CO2 from a plant’s emissions and pumping it underground. Les mer

UK 'global leader' on CCS

Utility Week: The UK is a global leader on carbon capture and storage (CCS) despite government having so far failed to allocate funding for a commercial scale pilot, delegates heard at an APGTF conference in London today. Les mer

National Grid sets date for UK drilling test programme

CarbonCaptureJournal: The drilling will be the first ever offshore test of carbon dioxide storage potential in the UK and will start as early as May this year. Les mer

Solar Sponge to Help with Carbon Capture and Sequestration

Oilprice.com: Researchers at the Monash University, and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSRIO) in Australia have discovered a brand new material that can be used to efficiently capture, store, and release carbon dioxide emissions using sunlight. Les mer

IEA & Nordic energy Research call for policy action for industrial CCS

CarbonCaptureJournal: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden are front-runners in taking ambitious goals towards decarbonisation of their energy systems by 2050. The five Nordic countries want to cut emissions by 85% compared to 1990 levels until the middle of the century, and this study provides an analysis that aims to increase their chances to succeed. Les mer

Test drilling gets under way for carbon capture pipeline plan

Electric Light&Power: Yorkshire's ambition to be the UK's carbon capture capital is to take a major step forward after National Grid unveiled plans to start test drilling off the region's coast. Les mer

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