Cool Planet Technologies (CPT), a sustainable company focussed on affordable carbon capture, has closed a capital raise at €3 million.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS)
The UK is making progress on plans to store carbon dioxide emissions under the North Sea, with nearly 20 companies bidding for licences.
New research has set out how the UK could rapidly accelerate net zero technologies and cut costs in the “critical” years ahead to capture global economic opportunities.
The Danish Energy Agency (DEA) is to establish a new secretariat to support the development of Power-to-X (PtX) projects, ahead of a formal tender for government-backed projects.
Oil-related supply boats have largely been pushed to the back of the new offshore support vessels orders book as global energy priorities change, driven by climate change.
The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) recently published a report examining carbon capture and storage (CCS), which claimed many sequestration projects have failed or underperformed. Environmentalists described it as "damning", but Professor Stuart Haszeldine, director of Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage (SCCS), believes it is too simplistic.
Environmentalists have reignited calls for a job-creating north-east low carbon project to be axed after the release of a “damning” new report.
While Europe has been grappling with the impacts of the war in Ukraine and the huge price rises in oil and gas that it has brought, in the US, the energy landscape looks very different.
The former CEO of BP, who warned the industry of its impact on the climate 25 years ago, has said rising calls to cease new oil and gas in the North Sea should be tempered amid a need for homegrown supply.
The Municipality and Port of Hammerfest is ready to take centre stage in the next phase of the generations-long relationship between the north-east of Scotland and Norway by sending its largest ever delegation to ONS.
The chief executive of Harbour Energy (LON: HBR) said another suite of bumper results will enable the company to reduce its net debt to zero in a matter of months, but was critical of the impact of the government’s windfall tax.
Scotland's energy secretary has said there is no time to waste in getting the Scottish carbon capture and storage (CCS) cluster the green light.
Scottish energy secretary Michael Matheson has backed an extension to the North Sea windfall tax, and said he would broaden it to a range of other industries.
Some miles off the coasts of England, Ireland and Scotland, deep under the sea, lie rock formations which could be capable of holding up to 78 billion tonnes of CO2.
UK-based decarbonisation developer Storegga has launched a new Americas business, led by the former head of Norwegian independent Noreco.
UK Government is being urged to give urgent clarity about future support for carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) could create and underpin thousands of green jobs in the north and north-east of Scotland in the coming years.
A major engineering and design contract has been awarded for what is expected to become Scotland’s first carbon capture-enabled power plant at Peterhead.
A lack of movement on carbon capture and storage (CCS) could be slowing the UK’s adoption of low carbon hydrogen.
A trio of emerging low carbon technologies could generate almost 30,000 new UK jobs by 2030, according to research by Robert Gordon University (RGU).
At Equinor, we plan to send them 1km below the seabed. Carbon emissions from the Humber and Teesside regions will be captured and safely stored beneath the North Sea. See how we’re accelerating the UK energy transition at equinor.co.uk.
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A new screening tool designed to maximise the repurposing of oil and gas infrastructure has been established.
Exxon Mobil and Neptune Energy are among those who have today signed an agreement to progress a large-scale CCS project in the North Sea.
Bids are now being accepted for the UK’s first ever carbon storage licensing round, with 13 areas up for grabs.