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Nyhetsklipp med fokus på CO2-håndtering fra Gassnova SF, 28. febr. 2013

Nyhet   •   feb 28, 2013 16:39 CET

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CLIMIT-dagene 2013: -Konferanse med internasjonalt tilsnitt

Gassnova: Målrettet satsing har sørget for at Norge på få år har fått frem forskning i verdensklasse innenfor CO2-håndtering. Siste nytt om klimateknologien som kloden ikke kan klare seg uten, ble presentert på CLIMIT-dagene. Les mer

Jubler over verdensledende karbonfangst i Telemark

Bellona.no: Det er nå offisielt at EFTAs overvåkingsorgan (ESA) sier ja til at den norske staten kan støtte CO2-fangstprosjektet ved Norcem i Brevik. Bellona-leder Frederic Hauge jubler over nyheten, som betyr nesten 70 millioner kroner til forskningsanlegget ved sementfabrikken. Les mer

Call for renewed focus on carbon capture and storage

LegalbriefToday: Enthusiasm over carbon capture and storage (CCS) seemed to be deteriorating, State-owned power utility Eskom group executive for sustainability Dr Steve Lennon said last week. Les mer

UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre launches RAPID research projects

CarbonCaptureJournal: - The UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC) has offered funding to 11 research projects totalling £1.65 million and is in discussions with two additional projects. Les mer

Micro CT Scanner to further carbon capture research

CarbonCaptureJournal: - A new Micro CT Scanner installed at Curtin University in Australia will help researchers understand how CO2 behaves in geological reservoirs. Les mer

Carbon sponge could soak up coal emissions

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Carbon Capture Storage project in Estevan takes another step forward

Estevan Mercury: The carbon capture and sequestration project at the Boundary Dam Power Station has taken another step towards the finish line. Les mer

Bioenergy combined with CCS could enable carbon-negative energy

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European Parliament Approves Plan to Bolster Carbon Trading

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EU to launch consultation on new CCS laws in spring

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DNV KEMA launches CO2MPETENCY

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National Grid sets date for UK drilling test programme

CarbonCaptureJournal: - National Grid has signed an Agreement for Lease with the Crown Estates to enable the UK’s first carbon dioxide appraisal well to be drilled at a storage site in the southern North Sea 70km off Flamborough Head in Yorkshire. Les mer

Canadians make climate case in DC ahead of keystone pipeline decision

The Hill: Alberta’s provincial government is trying to burnish its image on climate change as top Canadian officials make the case for U.S. approval of the Keystone XL oil sands pipeline. Les mer

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