Environment & Safety

Technip Energies signs two MoUs for energy transition projects in Canada

Technip Energies announced signing two separate MoUs, one with PCL Industrial Management Inc. and another with Capital Engineering, to work collaboratively on efforts associated with energy transition markets in Canada.

Topsoe enters agreement with Steeper Energy to introduce complete waste-to-biofuel solution

Topsoe, a leader in carbon emission reduction technologies, and Steeper, a pioneer within biomass conversion technologies, have signed a global licensing agreement for a complete waste-to-fuel solution.

Syzygy Plasmonics and RTI Inetrnational sign agreement to demonstrate sustainable fuels production system

Syzygy Plasmonics, a deep decarbonization company, announced an agreement today with the nonprofit research institute RTI International to demonstrate sustainable fuel production at the RTI facility in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA.

Phillips 66 achieves ISCC PLUS certification to turn oil from waste plastics into feedstocks

Phillips 66 announced it has received International Sustainability and Carbon Certification (ISCC) PLUS certification for its Sweeny Refinery in Texas to process oil made from waste plastics into feedstocks for new plastics.

Sonatrach, Sasol to produce 'low carbon' hydrogen in Sicily

Algerian state energy company Sonatrach is teaming up with South Africa's petrochemical group Sasol on a project in Sicily to produce "low carbon" hydrogen and synthetic natural gas (syngas) as well as to capture and reuse CO2.

Aviation leaders hail green fuel as carbon savior, but wonder who will pay

Greener fuel is the only way airlines will meet strict global carbon emission targets, executives meeting in Dublin this week agreed, but there's little consensus on who should foot the hefty bill to ramp up production.

NASA awards $425 MM to Boeing for fuel-efficient airliner research project

The White House is targeting 20% lower aviation emissions by 2030, as airlines facing pressure from environmental groups to lower their carbon footprint pledged to use more sustainable aviation fuel.

bp pulse builds Europe’s first public charging corridor for electric trucks

Six public charging locations with ultra-fast 300kw charge points aimed at E-Trucks have been launched along a 600km stretch of the Rhine-Alpine corridor across Germany.

Maire Tecnimont acquires the majority stake of Conser

Maire Tecnimont announceD that, through its subsidiary NextChem, it is expanding into the high-value derivates and biodegradable plastic by-products licensing markets with the acquisition of an 83,5% stake of Conser.

Topsoe signs agreement on first commercial size dynamic green ammonia plant in China

Topsoe, a global leader in carbon emission reduction technologies, has been chosen by Mintal Hydrogen to provide technology to the first dynamic green ammonia plant in China.