January 2018

Special Focus: Alternative Feedstocks/Biofuels

Integrate solar/thermal energy in oil and gas processing

One of the greatest challenges facing the world is climate change, the aftermath of emissions of greenhouse gases into our atmosphere. Awareness of climate change and its causes is spurring the development of new methods to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

Gupta, K., Ethakota, M., TechnipFMC; Payyanad, S., TERI University

One of the greatest challenges facing the world is climate change, the aftermath of emissions of greenhouse gases into our atmosphere. Awareness of climate change and its causes is spurring the development of new methods to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. In support of the Paris Climate Agreement, India is committed to tackling this ongoing issue. The country’s balanced and comprehensive Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs)—a term used under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) for reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, which all countries that signed the UNFCCC were asked to publish before the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conferen

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