Greenhouse Gases

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.

Kuwait’s KNPC aims to finalize $5 B loan by Q1

Kuwait National Petroleum Co. expects to finalize a loan of well over $5 billion to finance its Clean Fuels project by the end of Q1 of next year.

Meridian Energy says Davis refinery to be operational in 2018

Meridian Energy says it remains on-track to have the Davis Refinery operational no later than early 2018.

Ceramic-based conversion produces clean, low cost chemicals from natural gas.

A team of scientists from CoorsTek Membrane Sciences, the University of Oslo (Norway), and the Instituto de Tecnología Química (Spain) has developed a new process to use natural gas as raw material for aromatic chemicals.

Royal Caribbean to build ships powered by LNG

The newest class of ships from Royal Caribbean will be powered by LNG and introduce the use of fuel cell technology, ushering in a new era of shipbuilding that will dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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.

US EPA files complaint regarding alleged Renewable Fuel Standard violations

The US EPA and the US Department of Justice filed a complaint against NGL Crude Logistics and Western Dubuque Biodiesel to address alleged violations of the Renewable Fuel Standard.

Canada unveils carbon price, energy-producing provinces unhappy

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

Praxair starts new hydrogen plant at La Pampilla refinery

Praxair started up a hydrogen plant for Repsol's La Pampilla refinery.

Shell to provide fuel for Carnival’s LNG-powered cruise ships

Carnival has signed a framework agreement with Shell Western LNG to be its supplier of marine LNG to power the world's first fully LNG-powered cruise ships.