One of the world’s biggest oil and gas firms is in discussions to support an Aberdeenshire carbon capture and storage (CCS) project.
Pale Blue Dot Energy
Storegga Geotechnologies is on course to make a final investment decision (FID) on a trailblazing carbon, capture and storage (CCS) project in the first half of next year.
Leading voices from the world of industry will get to grips with the energy transition’s biggest questions at a free online event in one week’s time.
Increased funding from the EU and national governments have boosted the prospects for carbon capture technologies in Europe. Three projects in the Netherlands, Norway and UK could be operational by 2024.
World leaders were due to convene in Glasgow for the UN Climate Conference (COP26) in November for what was anticipated to be a transformational moment in the energy transition.
Pioneering technology that “sucks” carbon dioxide out of the air could be up and running in Aberdeenshire around the middle of the decade.
Pale Blue Dot Energy (PBD) has gained "financial heft", with backing from an Australian investment giant to help deliver one of the UK’s first major CCS projects.
An Aberdeenshire firm has partnered with CEOs of some of the largest oil and gas companies on a “world first" catalogue of carbon capture and storage (CCS) resources.
Infrastructure firm Costain has been awarded work to shave off up to £750million from the total cost of a pioneering clean energy development in Aberdeenshire