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What Role Will CCS Play in Cutting Industrial Carbon Emissions?

Industrial emissions are being overlooked in the global climate debate, which focuses largely on energy policy. Carbon capture and storage technology can — and should — play a role in helping industry cut its carbon footprint, according to the Global CCS Institute.

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Is Carbon Capture the Clean Tech Solution to Industrial CO2 Emissions?

Some 22 carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects are operating or under construction worldwide — double the number at the beginning of the decade — according to the Global CCS Institute’s annual report, Global Status of CCS: 2015. “The CCS industry is poised to move through its most active construction … Read more »

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Carbon Capture Projects Doubled Since 2011

Twenty-two carbon capture and storage projects are under construction or in operation worldwide, up 50 percent since 2011, according to a report by the Global CCS Institute. Eight major CCS projects are expected go live in a range of industries across the globe by 2016, according to Brad Page, CEO of … Read more »

China, US, Canada Lead Global CCS

Large-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects worldwide are set to make significant progress this year, including two projects that will begin operations in North America. The first large-scale CCS projects in the power sector, SaskPower’s Boundary Dam project in Canada and Southern Company’s Kemper County project in the US … Read more »

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US Leads in Carbon Capture Projects Worldwide

North America is the global leader in developing and deploying carbon capture and storage (CCS) and carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS), with seven of the world’s 12 operational large-scale integrated projects located in the US and one in Canada, according to a study by the Global CCS Institute. These … Read more »

CO2 Capturing Sorbent Efficiency ‘As High As 95%,’ DOE Says

Advanced Technology Materials Inc.’s CO2 capturing sorbent has shown a capture efficiency as high as 95 percent in a DOE-sponsored test. A typical 500 MW coal-fired power plant emits 2 million to 3 million tons of CO2 per year, so the successful bench-scale test bodes well for the sorbent’s use … Read more »

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