Boris Johnson has insisted the north-east’s Scottish Cluster carbon capture bid “still has strong potential” despite the UK Government choosing to reject the project.
The UK Government has announced its choice of the East Coast Cluster and HyNet North West to develop as the UK’s first Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage (CCUS) clusters by the mid-2020s. The Scottish Cluster has been named as a reserve project.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has granted Harbour Energy (LON:HBR) a carbon capture and storage (CCS) licence for its V Net Zero project in the Humber.
There is just a fortnight to go until the UK Government could reveal the two projects that will form its carbon capture and storage (CCS) vanguard.
Scottish business leaders have joined forces with billionaire Sir Ian Wood to demand the North-east is made the centre of plans to decarbonise the UK energy system.
A boss at Peterhead Port Authority has hailed carbon capture and storage (CCS) as a once in a generation opportunity for the town.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has hinted that the Acorn carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) project in Aberdeenshire could be set to benefit from government investment.
Petrochemical giant Ineos has said it is “reasonably confident” that the Acorn project in Aberdeenshire will be selected as part of the UK government’s first two CCUS clusters.
Several young energy professionals have undertaken a voyage across Scotland to spotlight the country’s net zero offerings.
Ineos is to invest more than £1 billion to reduce the environmental impact of its Grangemouth refinery.
Peterhead’s future as a crucial hub for the transportation of low carbon fuel and emissions was discussed by ministers in Westminster this week.
Collaboration rather than competition will “define the success” of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in the UK, an energy expert has predicted.
British billionaire Richard Branson’s airline, Virgin Atlantic, has signed up to use a technology that will suck carbon-dioxide directly from the north-east sky before locking it away.
The development of a “net-zero hub” on the Firth of Forth is key to achieving Scotland’s climate change goals, according to global natural resources consultancy Wood Mackenzie.
Skyrocketing carbon prices and a “code red” warning about the threat posed by climate change are giving fresh momentum to a technology that captures and removes greenhouse gas emissions so they can be buried.
If you take all the different energy industries, solutions and technologies laid out like a jigsaw it would create a colourful picture of where Scotland is today, with each key element playing an important part in our net-zero future.
Low-carbon energy projects in the north-east could create up to 20,600 jobs in the next ten years, a new report has predicted.
M&G, a FTSE-100 listed savings and investments business, has become the fourth external shareholder in Storegga Geotechnologies, the lead developer of the Acorn carbon capture and storage and hydrogen project near Peterhead.
Industrial facilities operator px Group has agreed to join forces with Cerulean Winds for the development of three onshore green hydrogen production sites in the UK.
‘Scotland’s CCS contribution starts here’ – Acorn project signs MoU with two North Sea gas terminals, ExxonMobil joins NECCUS alliance
A deal has been struck that could pave the way for emissions from North Sea gas pipelines, operated by ExxonMobil and Shell, to be captured and locked away.
Petrochemicals giant Ineos has thrown its backing behind a trailblazing north-east carbon capture and storage (CCS) project.
From Peterhead on the Aberdeenshire coast all the way down to Medway in the south east of England, we’re proud of the role SSE Thermal’s power stations play in keeping the lights on for homes, businesses, and communities across the UK.
A new service that allows companies and individuals to pay to remove carbon from the atmosphere has today been launched.
Strong boardroom and management continuity means px Group can carry on executing its strategy “without missing a beat” following a change of ownership, its boss said yesterday.