The Global CCS Institute welcomes China’s latest climate commitment, pledging to become carbon neutral by 2060.
A new IEA report shows CCUS can play vital roles of both reducing emissions and removing carbon from the atmosphere.
At Technology Center Mongstad, testing of new technology for carbon capture is now being carried out.
Australia’s resources sector is at the forefront of developing and deploying low emissions technologies which are central to Australian and global efforts to address climate change.
In a recent government white paper to the Norwegian parliament, the government proposes to launch a carbon capture and storage project in Norway, named ‘Longship'.
The expansion of the mandates of two government bodies to include carbon capture and storage was recently welcomed by the Global CCS Institute as a positive step forward for the acceleration of CCS deployment in Australia.
The World Coal Association Chief Executive, Michelle Manook, has welcomed the IEA Energy Technology Perspectives 2020 report.
Clean Coal Technolgies has signed an MoU to formalise its partnership with Energy Capital Economic Development in Gillette, Wyoming.
A new IEA report says that transforming the power sector alone will only get the world one-third of the way to net-zero emissions.