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China explores carbon capture and storage technology China’s top steelmaking companies are holding talks with Australian experts in Beijing this week on the introduction of carbon capture and storage technology as a crucial contribution towards helping th ...
Interview: IEA discusses renewed momentum for CCS The International Energy Agency (IEA) dates back to 1974 where it was originally set up to help countries collectively respond to oil supply disruptions. Since then, the agency’s mandate has grown extensiv ...
Shell says industry needs to push for CCS, CO2 tax The oil and gas industry needs to be fit for the future, with self-help a key factor, Shell upstream director Andy Brown (pictured) told the opening session of the IP Week February 21. US shale basins now ...
Green bank could fund coal under Malcolm Turnbull rule changes Labor says the Turnbull government is preparing to conduct an “outrageous act of vandalism” as it looks to overhaul the nation’s $10 billion “green bank” by imposing a mandate to allow coal po ...
BHP backs CCS in energy mix BHP Billiton, one of the few publicly traded firms invested in both gas and coal, is banking on both playing a role in the global energy mix well into the 2040s, and says carbon capture and storage-associated power stations lik ...
Following a stream of research successes in breakthrough technologies in the energy space, MIT President L. Rafael Reif and Eni CEO Claudio Descalzi met on Saturday in Rome, Italy, to renew the nine-year collaboration between the Institute and the Italian ...