carbon management

Roseville, California converts organic waste into renewable fuel for solid waste trucks

The City of Roseville, California has embarked on a groundbreaking initiative to decrease greenhouse gas emissions and minimize landfill waste by powering its trash and recycling fleet with renewable natural gas derived from the digestion of organic waste.

Germany, EU to combine funding schemes to boost green hydrogen

Germany wants to combine its H2Global funding scheme to support green hydrogen with the new European Hydrogen Bank, the economy ministry said in a statement.

Global Energy Infrastructure launches Carbon Capture Storage projects database

To support the advancement and deployment of CCS, the new Global Energy Infrastructure Carbon Capture Storage database provides a comprehensive collection of information and data related to CCS projects worldwide.

BASF’s gas treatment technology to be used by Linde and Heidelberg Materials’ large-scale CO2-capture plant

A CO₂ capture process will be used for the first time at a large-scale CO2-capture facility operated by Capture-to-Use – a new joint venture established by Heidelberg Materials and Linde.

Johnson Matthey ties up with Hystar to boost green hydrogen output

Johnson Matthey said it has signed a three-year supply agreement with Norwegian firm Hystar AS to ramp up green hydrogen production as the British company shifts focus to a sector that is drawing big investments.

How tech is laying the foundation for future LNG success and compliance

5/19/2023

This article details some of the ways LNG operators are embracing and deploying technology to close the gaps that exist in their ESG compliance infrastructures and emerging operational needs.

Helleniq Energy says close to final decision on green hydrogen investment

Helleniq Energy, Greece's biggest oil refiner, said it is close to a final decision on a pilot green hydrogen investment at its Elefsina refinery.

Chevron, Exxon seek state backing for Australia carbon capture, hydrogen projects

Chevron Corp and Exxon Mobil Corp, the two largest U.S. fossil fuel companies, are seeking Australia's backing for carbon capture and storage and hydrogen projects as they look to increase investment in a bid to slash intensity of carbon emissions.

Ørsted awarded contract which will capture and store 430,000 tons of biogenic CO2

The Danish Energy Agency (DEA) has awarded Ørsted a 20-year contract for its carbon capture and storage project ‘Ørsted Kalundborg Hub’.

Carbon capture and hydrogen are the main tools in Biden’s power plan

The Biden administration unveiled its plan to slash greenhouse gas emissions from the U.S. power sector, part of its broader effort to decarbonize the economy to fight climate change.

bp sees investment decision on Teesside carbon capture projects in 2024

bp expects to make a final investment decision in 2024 on a cluster of carbon capture projects in northern England, including a gas-fired power plant in Teesside.

Germany will have to import 70% of green hydrogen

Germany can only meet 30% of its own needs for green hydrogen, putting Berlin on a quest for trade partners to deliver the remaining 70%, German Economy Minister Robert Habeck said.

Germany, Austria, Italy urge EU to back hydrogen projects

Austria, Germany and Italy have pressed the European Union to support a cluster of infrastructure projects to transport green hydrogen imported from North Africa, as part of efforts to build a market in Europe for the low-carbon fuel.

New York State bans natural gas in some new construction

New York has become the first U.S. state to pass legislation banning the use of natural gas for heating and cooking in some new buildings, a plan designed to reduce carbon emissions but opposed by industry groups as excessive and costly.

Wood and CMG work to advance carbon capture storage solutions

Wood has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Computer Modelling Group Ltd. specializing in CCS projects.

MHI to collaborate with Saipem on CO2 capture technologies

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. has concluded a General License Agreement with Saipem S.p.A. under which MHI will provide Saipem with its proprietary “KM CDR Process” and “Advanced KM CDR Process” technologies for use in CO2 capture plants.

Green hydrogen startup Ohmium raises $250 MM in latest funding round

Electrolyzer maker Ohmium said it had raised $250 MM in a fresh round of funding led by private equity firm TPG Inc's Rise Climate fund, to expand its manufacturing capacity for green hydrogen.

Biden EPA to issue power plant rules that lean on carbon capture

The U.S. government may soon require natural gas-fired power plants to install technology to capture carbon emissions as President Joe Biden's administration enacts new rules to help decarbonize the power sector in 12 years.

EU, Norway plan cooperation on carbon capture, hydrogen, draft shows

The European Union and Norway aim to work together to develop infrastructure to capture and store CO2 emissions and scale up renewable hydrogen production in Europe.

Innovation accelerates drive to sustainability

Climate change poses a very real threat to life as we know it, and we must all work together if we hope to address it. For asset-intensive industries, one of the most powerful steps in addressing that threat is the energy transition.

Norway parliament asks for CCS alternative to decarbonize major LNG plant

Norway's parliament told the government to consider an alternative way to cut carbon emissions at Western Europe's largest liquefied natural gas plant but stopped short of outright halting a controversial plan to use power from land.

Why a clean energy transition is so important to G7 chair Japan

Japan needs to import nearly everything from oil to liquefied natural gas, putting a clean energy transition at the core of domestic and foreign policy for this year's chair of the G7 developed nations.

The rapid expansion of carbon capture technologies

Gas Processing & LNG had the opportunity to speak with Matthew Stevenson, Chief Revenue Officer for Svante, about their Series E fundraiser, deal with Chevron New Energies and metal-organic frameworks.

Japan's Octopus Energy unit aims to increase renewables in energy source mix

The Japanese arm of British energy supplier Octopus Energy aims to add more renewable energy to its supply mix because it provides a more stable purchasing price compared with the liquefied natural gas it now relies on.

Hawaiʻi Gas issues request for proposals for renewable natural gas and renewable hydrogen

Hawaiʻi Gas, the state’s only regulated gas utility, issued a request for proposals to purchase RNG and renewable hydrogen, key resources that will enable the company to shift away from its reliance on fossil fuel.

Japan aims to boost hydrogen supply to 12 million tons by 2040

Japan is to revise its hydrogen strategy by the end of May with an ambitious target to boost annual supply to 12 million tons by 2040 as competition increases in the global market for the fuel.

Energy firms bet big on German port as clean energy hub

Germany's only deep water port, home to its largest naval base, is where energy firms now plan to spend more than $5.5 B to help construct the clean energy infrastructure the country needs to help end its reliance on Russian gas.

Germany's VNG sees Rostock port as potential hub for green gas business

VNG, an east German gas subsidiary of power utility EnBW, said it sees the Baltic Sea port of Rostock as a prime location for developing clean gas businesses, as it seeks to move away from fossil fuels in the long term.

NETL-managed projects advance new direct air capture tests

Field tests of NETL-funded and managed direct air capture technology projects in California and Alabama are helping to advance the realization of a carbon-neutral economy and energy sector to address the effects of climate change.

Worley awarded FEL 2 contract to engineer Cerilon’s U.S. gas-to liquids facility

Worley, a global project delivery and asset services provider, has been selected by Cerilon, a Canadian-based energy and resource development company, to provide engineering services for the FEL 2 stage of Cerilon’s gas-to-liquids (GTL) facility in North Dakota, U.S.