A recent report by Global Market Insights, a market and strategy consulting firm, says the global carbon capture and storage (CCS) market to set to cross USD$6 billion by 2026.
Honeywell announced that OSAKI CoolGen Corporation has implemented Honeywell UOP SeparALL™ technology to remove carbon dioxide during coal gasification processing at its facility in Hiroshima, Japan.
A new report, “Capture for Growth,” by Zero Carbon Humber, UK, is a roadmap for the world’s first zero carbon industrial cluster focused on protecting and creating jobs, fighting climate change, and competing on the world stage.The report considers the role CCUS and hydrogen could play in decarbonizing the Humber industrial cluster, as well as quantifying some of the associated co-benefits.
A partnership to build the world's first zero carbon industrial convoy and decarbonize the North of England has developed.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a major greenhouse gas produced from burning fossil fuels that contributes to climate change. One way to cut down on CO2 emissions is through a carbon capture, which is a chemical technique that removes CO2 out of emissions, preventing it from entering the atmosphere.
South Korea’s Ministry of Environmental (MoE) recently revised the country's enforcement rules on volatile organic compounds (VOCs), under the Clean Air Conservation Act.The revisions include:- Expand existing requirements that mandate companies to monitor VOC emissions and record them;- Adding 11 substances to the list of VOCs that must be monitored and collected under the Act;- Imposing a maximum limit of 67% VOC content in paints; and- Impose stricter requirements on crude oil refining facilities, which emit arsenic acids.The ministry believes this implementation will reduce VOC emissions from the oil refining and paint industries by 15%.
The United States Senate recently passed the USEIT Act, which will help develop and deploy the next generation of carbon capture and utilization technologies in the country.The USE IT Act would support carbon utilization and direct air capture research.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory under the U.S.Department of Energy has been awarded $6 million USD to find methane 'super emitters' to help quantify and potentially mitigate methane emissions.
VTT and LUT University in association with Finnish companies have developed a method for evaluating and communicating on the carbon handprint of products.