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CCS feasibility study underway in UK
The ground-breaking Acorn Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Project has now begun a feasibility study after concluding funding from the European Union’s funding round Accelerating CCS Technologies (ACT).
Working on the Canadian prairie an adventure, blogs U.K. researcher
Cow fences, variable weather, and friendly farmers are all part of working on the Canadian prairie, blogs Dr. Anna Stork, University of Bristol Seismologist. Dr. Stork has a broadband seismometer project at CMCRI’s Field Research Station.
ERA announces $50 million Oil Sands Innovation Challenge
Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) is making $50 million in funding available with maximum grants of $10 million per project to advance innovative technologies that reduce GHG emissions and improve the cost competitiveness of bitumen production and processing. To provide information about the challenge, the ERA will host a webinar Wednesday, July 26 at 10 a.m. MST. The deadline for proposals is Thursday, September 7, 2017.
Cement Sustainability Initiative publishes technology review on mitigating CO2 emissions
The Cement Sustainability Initiative (CSI) has published a technology review on current and anticipated developments that can be used to mitigate CO2 emissions in cement production.
U.S. DOE makes $12 million for carbon storage projects
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy (FE) has made $12 million available to advance new geological carbon storage projects that enable safe, cost-effective, and permanent geologic storage of carbon dioxide.
Capture & Conversion Institute featured in Vancouver magazine
The Carbon Capture and Conversion Institute has been featured in Business in Vancouver magazine. Read all about the CCCI’s international collaboration with SINTEF, Norway, and Westec Environmental Solutions to develop a novel capture technology.
Foresight evident in development of field research station says visiting researcher
A Princeton researcher visiting the Containment and Monitoring Institute’s field research station (FRS) says work at the station will play an important role in the development of large-scale commercial carbon capture and storage (CCS) sites.
Interest in CCS growing in South Africa
A recent CCS workshop in South Africa attracted more than 150 stakeholders, indicating a keen interest in the technology.