Valve World Americas – Safety First – Change of Dates

For over a decade, Valve World Americas Expo & Conference has continued to grow, establishing itself as the largest valve event and flow control educator in North America.Throughout 2020, Valve World Americas acted as a constant and secure channel for the valve community, serving as a virtual companion, connecting the industry during a time when the world felt completely isolated.

India debuts largest homegrown reactor; more planned

India’s success in connecting its largest domestically-built nuclear reactor to the grid is a boost for plans to deploy the technology to help the world’s third-biggest polluter limit emissions, according to the official overseeing the plans.

Launch of new program to reduce flaring

The Environmental Partnership announced the launch of its latest performance program, which is focused on reducing flaring in upstream operations.

FERC proposes policy on carbon pricing

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has proposed a policy statement to clarify that it has jurisdiction over organized wholesale electric market rules that incorporate a state-determined carbon price in those markets.

Leading brands begin Net-zero Supply Chain initiative

Ikea, Unilever, BT, Ericsson and Telia have founded a new initiative to set pre-2050 targets to reach net-zero emissions across their operations and supply chain.The leading brands are among the founding corporate members of a new initiative designed to help multinational supply chains align with the Paris Agreement.The new scheme binds the companies to enhance their long-term goals.

Snam, Saipem sign MoU on energy transition technologies

Snam and Saipem have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to start working together on new energy transition technologies, from green hydrogen to capturing and reusing CO2, to fight climate change and contribute to the launch of the hydrogen market, supporting the European Commission’s Hydrogen Strategy.

CCS Deployment at Dispersed UK Industrial Sites

The UK government has published an independent report identifying and assessing high-level deployment options for carbon capture, usage and storage (CCS) technology at dispersed industrial sites throughout the United Kingdrom.

US DOE Invest $72M in Carbon Capture Tech

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded USD $72 million to the development and advancement of carbon capture technologies.

Green hydrogen to compete with fossil fuels by 2040

Hydrogen made from renewable power will compete in price with gas produced from fossil fuels within two decades, according to a new analysis by Wood Mackenzie Ltd.

Shell, DJI to develop Drone Inspection Technology

Shell Oil Co. and drone manufacturer DJI announced a partnership to develop new methods to improve efficiency and worker safety during industrial inspections and emergency incident response.