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CO2 capture technology testing to continue in Mongstad CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) and Alstom have agreed to extend their cooperation and will continue testing Alstom’s proprietary Chilled Ammonia process for another year at the Mongstad site in ...
Why carbon capture is key Since the 1997 Kyoto agreement, world CO² emissions have risen by 40% and are now over 400 parts per million. In Europe, windfarms, carbon taxes and carbon trading systems have all been ineffective at best and counter-productive ...
Alstom, along with integrated energy company EDF, has started testing their carbon capture demonstration unit in Le Havre, France. Engineers from the Research and Development teams of Alstom and EDF are running the tests to confirm the predicted quantity ...
A thousand jobs at proposed Drax plant Major plans for a new power plant near Drax could see the creation of 1,000 new jobs and enough energy for 630,000 homes. The official consultation into the White Rose Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) project got und ...
Statoil to call tender for carbon capture technology Norwegian oil and gas firm Statoil will call a tender in the coming weeks to acquire technology for a full-scale carbon capture plant at a power plant at Mongstad in west Norway, a company official said ...