Carbon Management

Carbon recycler LanzaTech strikes financing deal with Brookfield

Carbon recycler LanzaTech NZ Inc has struck a deal with Brookfield Renewable Corp for a $500 MM commitment by the investment firm to finance upcoming projects using LanzaTech's technology.

Technip Energies to perform FEED for gas plant associated with carbon capture in Malaysia

Technip Energies has been selected by PTTEP HK Offshore Ltd. to perform the Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) of the Lang Lebah Onshore Gas Plant 2 (OGP2) project located in Bintulu, Sarawak, in Malaysia.

px Group appointed to operate GIDARA's flagship Bio-Methanol plant, Amsterdam

px Group intends to deliver Net Zero by reducing carbon emissions on all the sites it owns, operates and maintains whilst ensuring an elite performance in the areas of safety, availability, efficiency and reliability of its clients’ assets.

Rolls-Royce CEO says aviation needs to act on net zero pledges

Aviation needs to accelerate the use of biofuels before new technologies like hydrogen and electric-powered aircraft become viable to limit emissions as demand for travel will not abate.

Canada releases draft guidance on new oil and gas project emissions

Canada has released draft guidelines on how new oil and gas projects should demonstrate "best-in-class" greenhouse gas emissions performance, following up on a government announcement first made in April.

Danish Power-to-X partnership breaks ground on first of its kind green ammonia project

The partners officially started construction of the demonstration plant in Lemvig, Denmark, that will produce green ammonia based on renewable power and electrolysis of water.

New awards for an overall value of approximately €200 MM in Maire Tecnimont’s technology-driven business

Maire Tecnimont announced that its main subsidiaries Tecnimont, KT-Kinetics Technology and Stamicarbon have been granted new awards for a total amount of approximately €200 MM for licensing as well as EPC activities.

Japan firms eye ammonia, methanol projects in Canada, Alberta minister says

Japanese companies are looking to invest in the Canadian province of Alberta to produce ammonia and methanol in the effort to build global supply chains of greener energy to fight climate change, a provincial minister said.

Carbon+Intel Forum: Innovations pave the way for cost-efficient CCUS

Technology innovations, partnerships and policy took center stage Thursday morning during the second day of Gulf Energy Information's Carbon+Intel Forum at the Westin Galleria in Houston, Texas, (U.S.)

Transportation and carbon management: The U.S. DOE takes the stage at the Carbon+Intel Forum

Carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) projects have seen rapid growth in recent years, with the U.S. and Canada leading the wave and Europe not far behind.