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Power from gas + CCS at 54% efficiency? Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM), the world’s largest CO2 capture research facility based in Norway, is currently enabling electricity to be generated from gas, with carbon capture, at 50-51 per cent efficiency. TCM ...
Many researchers around the world are seeking ways to “scrub” carbon dioxide (CO2) from the emissions of fossil-fuel power plants as a way of curbing the gas that is considered most responsible for global climate change. But most such systems rely on comp ...
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 ...
Shell and Drax remain in carbon contest Royal Dutch Shell and the Drax power station will stay in the race for the government’s £1bn carbon capture and storage competition, it emerged in Wednesday’s Budget. But in yet another twist in the UK’s six-year ef ...
Shale will change the US, not the climate If you believe the hype, shale gas will solve many of America’s problems, from high petrol prices to wars in the Middle East. There is no doubt that it will bring huge benefits to the US. However, its role in clim ...
Offshore wind turbine orders grind to halt a long-feared slowdown in renewable energy investment. The three leading manufacturers of the turbines due to be made for the vast banks of wind farms planned for British seas have taken just one offshore order b ...
Offshore wind turbine orders grind to halt a long-feared slowdown in renewable energy investment. The three leading manufacturers of the turbines due to be made for the vast banks of wind farms planned for British seas have taken just one offshore order b ...