The Morrison government’s announcement to support new investments in clean hydrogen production and carbon capture technologies offers a pragmatic pathway to mobilising these critically important technologies which can sustainably support Australia's economic interests and a net zero emissions future.
The Global CCS Institute has welcomed the Australian Federal government’s announcement of AUS$539.2 million in funding for new carbon capture and storage and hydrogen projects while stressing the need for long-term emissions reduction policy.
Loading operations have started at the Shakhtersk Coal Seaport, a key logistics asset of the Eastern Mining Co.
InnoSepra, LLC has entered into an agreement with Technology Centre Mongstad to conduct a test on its new adsorbent technology for carbon capture.
CIMIC Group’s Sedgman and CPB Contractors have extended their presence in Queensland with the award of contracts by QCoal and the Queensland government.
IDTechEx Research has reported that carbon capture technology faces some challenges that that could hamper widespread deployment.
Babcock & Wilcox has announced that its B&W Thermal segment has booked new construction service projects in North America valued at approximately US$13 million.
At the end of 2020, the economic effect from the implementation of the total production optimisation programme at the key assets of the VGK amounted to over RUB 140 million.
The Chairman of the Board of the Global CCS Institute, Philip Bainbridge, has announced that the CEO, Brad Page, will be leaving the institute during 3Q21.
DRA Global has won its second major contract on Bravus Mining & Resources’ Carmichael Project, delivering the AUS$140 million coal preparation plant, where the coal is processed and prepared for transport.
A new report from Fact.MR forecasts that demand for coal handling systems are to remain high from thermal power plants through 2030.
The U.S. Department of Energy Office of Fossil Energy has announced plans to make US$4 million in federal funding available for cost-shared research and development of tools and methods to optimise safe, secure, and verifiable carbon dioxide storage.