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Carbon Recycling International and Jiangsu Sailboat start up world’s most efficient CO2-to-methanol plant
Carbon Recycling International and Jiangsu Sailboat have successfully started up one of the world's most efficient CO2-to-methanol plants and will recycle carbon dioxide and hydrogen waste streams from the wider petrochemical complex.
Former Dutch foreign minister Wopke Hoekstra, who is nominated to be the EU's new head of climate change policy, plans to act to phase out fossil fuel subsidies if he takes up the role.
Shell Global Solutions International B.V. and MAN Energy Solutions SE partnered in 2021 to develop Reverse Water Gas Shift technology.
Boilers / Carbon Management / Diesel / Economics / Engineering & Design / Environment / Greenhouse Gases
The shipping industry lacks clarity on future clean fuels and regulatory systems which is holding back companies from replacing ageing vessels amid pressure to decarbonize faster.
Biofuels / Carbon Management / Economics / Engineering & Design / Environment / Europe / Greenhouse Gases
German logistics giant DHL is teaming up with energy firm HH2E and South African petrochemicals firm Sasol on the expansion of SAF production in Germany.
Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited announces that it has recycled 100 billion post-consumer PET bottles since February 2011.
India is not planning to levy any new tax on diesel vehicles two days after he warned automakers to reduce diesel production or face higher taxation.
Biofuels / Economics / Engineering & Design / Europe / Carbon Management / Greenhouse Gases / Environment
Maersk has teamed up with its majority owner to form a new company to produce "green methanol" as it held a naming ceremony for the world's first container vessel powered by the low-carbon fuel.
An expected shortfall in the availability of carbon-neutral fuel means the shipping industry should widen its scope to include onboard carbon capture and nuclear options.
Americas / Asia/Pacific / Carbon Management / Economics / Engineering & Design / Environment / Greenhouse Gases / Europe
Saipem has launched Bluenzyme with the release of the first industrialized product, Bluenzyme 200, a ready-to-use package aimed at small and medium emitters, which has a nominal capture capacity of 200 tons of CO2 per day.
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- Repsol selects Honeywell Ecofining Technology for biofuel production in Spain 10/3
- Carbon Recycling International and Jiangsu Sailboat start up world’s most efficient CO2-to-methanol plant 10/3
- AWS launches process optimization solution for downstream and midstream operations 10/3
- ADNOC to be first company in the Middle East to receive ISCC Certification to produce SAF 10/3
- Malaysia mulls expansion of B10 biodiesel usage to industrial sector 10/3
- Russia declines to say how long fuel export ban will last 10/3
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