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Nyhetsklipp med fokus på CO2-håndtering fra Gassnova SF, 6. juni 2013

Nyhet   •   jun 07, 2013 09:49 CEST

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

Han lander på månen

Adresseavisa: Canada gjør det vi i Norge sier vi skal gjøre. Stoltenbergs månelanding er ikke prat, men konkret handling for Mike Monea. Les mer

Små skritt framover

Geoforskning.no: CLIMIT har bidratt betydelig til ny kunnskap om CO2-håndtering gjennom å støtte 57 forskningsprosjekter. Men et kommersielt marked ligger først klart i 2030, i følge årsrapporten for 2012. Les mer

Lang vei mot riktige Kyoto-tall

Forskning.no: Det er ikke gjort i en håndvending å beregne hvor mye CO2 som er bundet i den norske skogen. Les mer

Stor balanse i kvotemarkedet

Europaportalen: Reduksjonene i ETS må ses sammen med de andre utslippene i EU som faller inn under byrdefordelingsmekanismen (ikke-kvotepliktig sektor). Les mer

Climate change: let's bury the CO2 problem

The Guardian: We can't stop fossil fuels being burned: but we can easily act now to capture and store carbon with CCS technology Les mer

New book on CCS

Bibsys: Caching the carbon : the politics and policy of carbon capture and storage / edited by James Meadowcroft and Oluf Langhelle. Les mer

Akermin Demonstrates CO2 Capture using Biocatalyst Delivery System

PR log: Akermin announces the successful commissioning and testing of its proprietary Biocatalyst Delivery System at the National Carbon Capture Center. Les mer

Grasping for Ways to Capture Carbon Dioxide on the Cheap

Technologyreview.com: Wind and solar get all the attention, but a key path to lowering emissions involves finding a less expensive way to do carbon capture. Les mer

CCSA weekly newsletters

CCSA: • Biomass power plants need not cause significant land-use tensions • CO2 storage beneath North Sea promoted • Why I think we're wasting billions on global warming, by top British climate scientist (Prof Myles Allen) • CCS 'needs commercialisation plan' to keep projects alive Les mer

Gulf Cooperation Council CCS strategic workshop

GLOBAL CCS institute: The Global CCS Institute and United Arab Emirates (UAE) Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in partnership with ADNOC and Masdar, hosted a strategy workshop on 13 May 2013 to highlight technological, economic, and policy opportunities and challenges for carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region Les mer

Carbon storage newsletter

NETL: Carbon storage newsletter May, 2013 Les mer

Carbon Capture and Storage in Europe

easac: Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is an important component of national, European and world-wide strategies to tackle climate change. It reduces greenhouse gas emissions by capturing the CO2 generated by large point sources before it is released to the atmosphere, and then transporting it to a secure underground storage facility. Les mer

SaskPower and United Kingdom announce joint research programme for CCS

CarbonCaptureJournal: The UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC) and SaskPower have established a joint initiative to link practical experience on SaskPower’s Boundary Dam project with a wide-ranging academic carbon capture and storage research programme. Les mer

Institute supports CO2 storage mapping program in Asia

CarbonCaptureJournal: The Global CCS Institute has formalised a sponsorship agreement with the Coordinating Committee for Geoscience Programmes in Asia and South-East Asia (CCOP) to provide initial funding of its CO2 Storage Mapping Program (CCS-M) in CCOP member countries. Les mer

Land use not problematic for biomass with CCS says UK Institute

CarbonCaptureJournal: The use of biomass to produce electricity need not cause significant land-use tensions according to a new policy statement by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Les mer

China to Release About 40% More Carbon Dioxide by 2020, EIU Says

Bloomberg: China’s carbon dioxide emissions will rise about 40 percent more by 2020 by burning fuel compared with levels in 2010 when it was already the biggest emitter, the Economist Intelligence Unit said today in a report. Les mer

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