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Nyhetsklipp med fokus på CO2-håndtering fra Gassnova SF, 230211

Nyhet   •   feb 23, 2011 20:19 CET

Nyhetsklipp med fokus på CO2-håndtering fra Gassnova SF, 230211

CO2-teknologi tas videre

Statoil: Statoil har gjennomført de første laboratorietestene av den såkalte 3C-teknologien (Compact CO2 Capture) – et nytt konsept for CO2-fangst på Statoils forskningssenter på Herøya Porsgrunn.
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Klimamålene ryker før 2030

norsk fjernvarme: I 2030 er vi en milliard flere, energiforbruket har økt med 35 prosent, og olje, kull og gass dominerer fortsatt som energikilder. FNs klimamål på maks to graders temperaturøkning er da etter alt å dømme sprengt, spår ExxonMobils Todd Onderdonk. Les mer

Sivilingeniør Nils Henrik Eldrup: Norges CO2-strategi er ikke optimal

Industrien: Det er helt feil å bruke milliarder av kroner på å fjerne CO2 fra olje og gassanlegg som Mongstad og Kårstø. - Med modige beslutninger kunne vi senket beslutningene betraktelig, sier Eldrup Les mer

CCSA Weekly Newsletter week 6

CCSA Weekly Newsletter: The Carbon Capture & Storage Association (CCSA) exists to represent the interests of its members in the business of capture and geological storage of carbon dioxide (known as Carbon Capture and Storage, or CCS) as a means of abating atmospheric emissions of carbon dioxide and potentially, as a means of enhancing the production of fossil hydrocarbons. From its base in London the CCSA brings together specialist companies in manufacturing & processing, power generation, engineering & contracting, oil, gas & minerals as well as a wide range of support services to the energy sector such as law, banking, consultancy and project management. Les mer

Excellent response to EU funding call for CCS and innovative renewables

Department of Energy and Climate Change: An impressive total of 14 UK projects have applied for funding from the EU’s New Entrant Reserve (NER) scheme – a fund worth between EUR4.5 billion and EUR9 billion to support carbon capture and storage (CCS) and innovative renewable projects across the European Union.
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Global CCS Institute announces Mountaineer funding

ModernPowerSystems: American Electric Power (AEP) has announced that it is to receive around $4 million of funding from the Global CCS Institute (GCCSI) to help it develop a commercial scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) demonstration project in the USA. Les mer

Coal's 'real' cost could top $500 billion

UPI.com: The "real" costs of coal to the U.S. public could total more than $500 billion annually, a new study claims. Les mer

A Green Return to European Growth

the georgian times: A New Growth Path for Europeshows how investing in energy efficiency and clean energy has the samepotential to revitalize Europe today. Indeed,Josef Ackermann, Chairman of Deutsche Bank, recently said that such investmentsaugur “a new industrial revolution – a revolution that will transform the waywe live.” Les mer

WV carbon capture, sequestration plant gets millions

West Virginia Public Broadcasting: An Australia-based institute plans to give American Electric Power $4 million to support a commercial-scale carbon dioxide capture and storage project in West Virginia. Les mer

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