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Facility Captures Carbon, Turns it into Products

A Texas company on Tuesday will open a carbon capture and utilization facility that will capture up to 90 percent of CO2 emissions at an existing cement plant and turn them into usable products like baking soda, bleach and hydrochloric acid. Skyonic’s Capitol SkyMine is a first-of-its-kind project, the company … Read more »

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Carbon Capture Roundup: Ion Engineering, University of Kentucky, Eco Power Solutions

Ion Engineering and the University of Kentucky will both receive Department of Energy funding for carbon capture technology. The DOE’s Office of Fossil Energy will provide $15 million to support Ion’s CO2 capture 1 MWe pilot project at Nebraska Public Power District’s Gerald Gentleman Station in Sutherland, Neb., the company … Read more »

Skyonic's SkyMine Plant

Texas Carbon Capture Plant Breaks Ground

Skyonic has started construction on the Capitol SkyMine plant (pictured), a commercial-scale carbon capture and utilization plant, in San Antonio, Texas, Clean Edge reports. The clean-tech news site says Capitol SkyMine will be first such plant built to commercial scale in the US. Located onsite at the Capitol Aggregates Cement … Read more »


Contract Wins: Halliburton, Nuverra, Xylem, Skyonic, Toyo-Thai

Nuverra Environmental Solutions has entered into an agreement with Halliburton to advance the treatment and recycling of produced water to be re-used in the hydraulic fracturing process. Nuverra will work with Halliburton in the Bakken Shale to utilize the Halliburton’s H20 Forward service for water re-use and recycling in fracking … Read more »

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