According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions were flat for a third consecutive year in 2016 even as the global economy grew.
CCTI moves forward with Wyoming coal industry and business leaders to explore coal enhancement process implementation.
An independent report commissioned by government, industry and research organisations has laid down a comprehensive plan for carbon capture and storage (CCS) deployment in Australia.
IEA analysis has shown that investment in network infrastructure, especially electricity grids, has emerged as a key enabler for fully taking advantage of cost-effective renewable resources.
Pfisterer has developed an energy efficient, transportable micro-grid technology for use in mining exploration operations.
The council, under the new name the Carbon Utilisation Research Council, will continue its commitment to advancing fossil energy technology solutions.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority signs MoU with National Energy Technology Laboratory to further efforts in research and development.
Global CCS Institute has made a statement regarding the commencement of Petra Nova, the world’s largest CCS system.
“The Petra Nova milestone is a big deal for a low emissions future,” said World Coal Association CEO, Benjamin Sporton.