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Carbon Management

CVR Energy to pay $23 MM for excess pollution from Kansas (U.S.) refinery

CVR Energy has agreed to pay more than $23 MM for emitting excess sulfur dioxide (SO2) from its petroleum refinery in Coffeyville, Kansas, in a settlement announced by the U.S. Justice Department and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

GS Caltex sells its first bio-marine gasoil bunker in Singapore

GS Caltex Singapore Pte Ltd sold its first cargo of biofuel-blended marine gasoil to Maersk Oil Trading in Singapore, as it seeks to expand into lower carbon fuels.

Delta leads diverse coalition to harness the economic power of SAF

Delta is a founding member of Americans for Clean Aviation Fuels, a diverse coalition aiming to promote the economic benefits of establishing a robust market for SAF and clean aviation fuels, involving key sectors such as agriculture, fuel production, and aviation.

Boeing partners with U.S. govt to boost SAF development in APEC countries

Boeing Co said it will partner with the U.S. government in a project aimed at addressing challenges faced by Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation member countries in developing and scaling use of SAF.

Cummins Inc. selected by the UK Department of Transport for its high-horsepower methanol vessel retrofit project

Cummins Inc. announced the selection of its proposal to jointly develop a Methanol Kit for its QSK60 engine as part of the Zero Emission Vessels and Infrastructure competition, funded by the UK Government and delivered in partnership with Innovate UK.

DG Fuels selects Emerson to support sustainable biofuels production

Emerson, a leader in industrial software and technology, has been chosen by DG Fuels to provide comprehensive automation and project engineering to help transportation sector decarbonization efforts through production of advanced biofuels.

Boeing and Zero Petroleum to work together to advance SAF

Boeing and Zero Petroleum announced a collaboration for testing and analyzing the next generation of technologies to accelerate the supply of SAF.

TotalEnergies Lubrifiants integrates recycled plastics into its lubricant bottles via TotalEnergies Polymers

The premium product range of TotalEnergies Lubrifiants in Europe is now packaged in platinum-colored bottles containing 50% post-consumer recycled polyethylene.

Maire’s Nextchem and Dimeta to unlock the potential of low-carbon DME production

MyRechemical, part of the Sustainable Technology Solutions business unit led by NEXTCHEM, and Dimeta B.V. have agreed to carry out a study to explore the feasibility for the development of plants to produce renewable and recycled carbon DME, a low-carbon sustainable liquid gas from waste, that can be used as a clean-burning fuel, based on MyRechemical’s Waste-to-Chemicals technologies and expertise.

Indonesia moves ahead with CCS talks with U.S. oil majors, eyes petrochemical project

Indonesia's state energy company Pertamina and U.S. oil majors Exxon Mobil and Chevron Corp are moving ahead with their discussions to invest in carbon capture facilities while Exxon eyes a petrochemical project in the country.