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Research led by University of Nebraska-Lincoln chemist Xiao Cheng Zeng has led to the discovery of a new material that could have applications to CO2 storage. At first glance...
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Norway’s government will this spring launch a strategy to develop technology for capturing and burying heat-trapping emissions from polluting industries, aiming to make good...
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A power station fitted with carbon capture and storage can compete with offshore wind on price, a leading figure in the sector claimed on Thursday. The Captain Clean Energy...
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Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage (SCCS), an independent research partnership of Heriot-Watt University, British Geological Survey, University of Aberdeen and the...
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Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz is parrying with environmentalists who recently called the White House's "all of the above" energy strategy a loser for the climate. His...
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Looming over a fjord on Norway's west coast, a 60-meter-tall rectangular tower -- the lungs of world's largest carbon capture experiment -- gears up to breathe in more carbon...
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A new nanotech polymer material developed by scientists in the US state of Virginia is capable of selectively capturing carbon dioxide from flue gas and natural gas. The...
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The Obama administration’s attempt to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from new power plants and other industrial sources could remain substantially intact even if some of...
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New projects to greatly increase North Sea oil and gas output and develop a "cleaner" low-carbon power station have been unveiled by ministers as the UK cabinet met in...
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Norwegian CO2 capture centre Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) has launched the world’s first large-scale tests of the amine solvent MEA, the results of which will hopefully...

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