Carbon Management

Carbon Engineering, Greyrock Energy to develop commercial air-to-fuels systems

Carbon Engineering and Greyrock Energy will partner to develop commercial air-to-fuels systems, converting ambient CO2 and renewable power into clean, liquid transportation fuels that can be used in the existing transportation infrastructure.

ION Engineering starts carbon capture testing at Technology Centre Mongstad

ION Engineering started its test campaign with further testing of its advanced CO2 capture process at Technology Centre Mongstad, located at Statoil's Mongstad refinery in western Norway.

First fully commercial CCSU plant launches capturing CO2 at $30/ton

Carbon Clean Solutions Ltd. has launched a new project that will see more than 60 MMt of CO2 captured from the 10 megawatt coal-fired power station based near Chennai, India.

Canada unveils carbon price, energy-producing provinces unhappy

Canada's federal government vowed to bring in a minimum price on carbon emissions by 2018.

Neste to participate in Carbon Handprint project development

Neste is cooperating with leading Finnish companies in the development of a new Carbon Handprint tool to create common indicators for assessing environmental measures and communicating them.

Syngas from H2S and CO2: An alternative, pioneering synthesis route?

Manenti, G., Alfa Laval Olmi SpA; Molinari, L., KT-Kinetics Technology SpA; Manenti, F., Politecnico di Milano

Hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide represent major concerns for the hydrocarbon industry. Both species are contaminants and, since their use as feedstock is minor, are considered troubling byproducts.

Trestle Energy and Larksen partner to reduce CO2 from ethanol and coal power

Fuel pathway management platform will enable ethanol producers to substantially reduce their fuel carbon intensity and facilitate the cost-effective use of biomass fuel pellets at existing power plants.

Exxon shareholder vote could see climate activist join board

Voters at ExxonMobil Corp.'s annual meeting on Wednesday approved a measure to let minority shareholders nominate outsiders for seats on the board, meaning a climate activist could eventually become a director at the world's largest publicly traded oil company.

Shell CEO warns on hasty renewables shift

Major investors, including Dutch pension fund PGGM, have criticized Shell's climate change policy in recent months, saying it should do more to mitigate climate change risks.

Climate laws could mean higher refining costs

Curbing increasing levels of greenhouse gas emissions remains a key requirement, and challenge, for global oil refiners and gas producers.