carbon management

India's Hydrogen Ambitions: Powering the Future with Green Fuel

India has launched the ambitious National Green Hydrogen Mission in January 2023, aiming to become a global leader in the production, utilization, and export of this clean fuel.

How tech is laying the foundation for future LNG success and compliance

3/7/2024

This work details some of the ways LNG operators are embracing and deploying technology to close the gaps that exist in their ESG compliance infrastructures and emerging operational needs.

Enhance efficiency and decarbonize gas operations with the organic Rankine cycle

3/7/2024

In the gas sector, recovering the waste heat available from processing operations and converting it into carbon-free electricity represents a good opportunity with effective outcomes for emissions reduction and energy savings. This article explores using the organic Rankine cycle to captured waste heat for power generation.

Mitigating methane emissions: Digital strategies for the energy industry

3/7/2024

As the world continues to prioritize solutions to curb climate change, more digital tools will help scale innovation and assist hard-to-abate industries with accelerating their GHG mitigation efforts. This article dives into how digital technologies are helping to mitigate emissions.

Jupiter Ionics raises $9-MM to progress their electrochemical green ammonia technology

A greener way to feed the world is one step closer with Jupiter Ionics’ $9 million capital raise to progress their electrochemical green ammonia technology.

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners announces investments and agreements with LOTTE Chemical Corporation

The memorandum of understanding between CIP and LOTTE is intended to support collaboration on clean ammonia projects.

U.S. EPA removes existing natgas plants from proposed carbon rule

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said it will exclude existing natural gas power plants from its proposed carbon regulations that it plans to finalize in April, narrowing the scope of the initial proposal that would have required stringent controls on those facilities.

Yokogawa releases OpreX carbon footprint tracer to support decarbonization in the process manufacturing industries

Yokogawa Electric Corporation announced the development and release of OpreX Carbon Footprint Tracer, a solution in the OpreX Transformation lineup that targets the carbon footprint management needs of companies in the process manufacturing industries.

Heidelberg Materials North America announces latest step in Edmonton CCUS Project

Heidelberg Materials North America announced a significant milestone in its two-stage competitive procurement process as it works to select the capture technology and contractor for providing the CO2 separation solution for its Edmonton, Alberta, Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage Project.

Germany outlines $17-B plan to subsidize gas-to-hydrogen shift

Germany's government has agreed plans to subsidize gas power plants that can switch to hydrogen with a price tag of $17 B in subsidies as part of efforts to supplement intermittent renewable energy and speed up the transition to low carbon generation.

NextChem and Engie collaborate on advanced biomethane technology

Maire announced that NextChem, through its subsidiary NextChem Tech, and ENGIE agreed to cooperate on the development and commercialization of an advanced biomethane technology to produce synthetic methane from dry biomass waste.

Jenbacher engines to power Poland’s largest gas-fueled power plant, replacing coal power

INNIO Group announced that five Jenbacher J920 FleXtra engines will power a 50 MWe combined heat and power project in Bydgoszcz, Poland, for PGE Energia Ciepła S.A.

INEOS polymer used to create world’s first sustainable gas pipeline

INEOS produced bio-based high-density polyethylene has been used to create the world’s first fully sustainable gas pipeline. Installed by French gas utility network operator, GRDF, the pipeline only uses the low carbon footprint polymer.

Glander International Bunkering and Rohe Solutions Oy complete Kokkola port’s first LNG supply

Global bunker trading firm, Glander International Bunkering collaborated with LNG supplier Rohe Solutions Oy to supply LNG by truck to oil/chemical tanker SAANA.

Nextchem awarded a pre-FEED by Engie for the production of 2nd generation biomethane in France

MAIRE announces that Nextchem, through its subsidiary NextChem Tech, has been awarded a new contract by Engie to carry out a pre-FEED for the gasification and methanation of the waste wood as well as the implementation of a carbon capture unit for the Salamandre project in the Normandy region.

TechnipFMC awarded major iEPCI contract by Petrobras for Mero 3 HISEP project

TechnipFMC has been awarded a major integrated Engineering, Procurement, Construction, and Installation contract by Petrobras to deliver the Mero 3 HISEP project, which uses subsea processing to capture carbon dioxide-rich dense gases and then inject them into the reservoir.

Spain's gas demand falls for second year, down 11% as renewables hit record

Spain's consumption of natural gas dropped for the second year in a row in 2023, falling almost 11% as the country used more renewable sources to produce electricity.

Woodside Energy to supply LNG to Pilbara Minerals unit

Woodside Energy said it had signed a sales and purchase agreement with a unit of Pilbara Minerals for the supply of domestic LNG from its Pluto Truck Loading Facility in Western Australia.

Mexico emitted 'extreme' amounts of methane from gas pipeline, scientists find

Mexico emitted "extreme" amounts of methane from a natural gas pipeline running through its northern border state Durango in 2019, a research paper published on Tuesday showed, citing data collected from satellites.

COP29 climate summit host Azerbaijan touts country's gas potential

After winning a fraught bid to host next year's United Nations climate talks in Baku, a senior Azerbaijani official promoted the country's gas reserves in aiding the global the energy transition.

Elon Musk says oil and gas should not be demonized

Oil and gas should not be demonized in the medium-term, Elon Musk, the founder of electric car maker Tesla, but he also said it was important to reduce carbon emissions to preserve the planet.

U.S. awards up to $890 MM to carbon capture projects at gas, coal plants

Natural gas and coal plants in Texas, California and North Dakota will share up to $890 MM in U.S. funding for projects to demonstrate the viability of carbon capture technologies.

Environmental groups ask lenders to avoid LNG project in Papua New Guinea

Major global lenders should refuse to finance a LNG project in Papua New Guinea to help keep global warming in check, civil society groups said, as some owners tap banks ahead of a final greenlight next year.

Indonesia's Pertamina starts carbon injection tests in Sukowati oil and gas field

Indonesia state energy firm Pertamina has started an underground carbon injection trial in Sukowati field, the second site the company is testing for carbon capture, utilization and storage.

Details of Canada's planned regulations to limit oil and gas emissions

Canada unveiled planned regulations to limit emissions from the oil and gas sector using a cap-and-trade system, fulfilling a promise by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government to cut emissions in its most polluting sector.

Outokumpu and Alfa Laval join forces to reduce emissions in stainless steel production

Outokumpu and Alfa Laval have entered into a contract regarding the delivery of Outokumpu Circle Green stainless steel.

ADNOC and SOCAR to collaborate on hydrogen, carbon management and geothermal technologies

ADNOC and the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Republic announced the signing of a strategic collaboration agreement that sets out their intention to collaborate on the potential development of low carbon energy technologies.

The race for clean energy: LNG and LH2 as the next frontier in fuel technology

11/30/2023

This article presents a comparison of LNG and LH2 as fuels, and discusses the properties and characteristics of both, including energy density, transportation, storage, safety, environmental impact, availability and cost.

Port Hedland, WA, boosts LNG production and bunkering, aiming for IMO 2050 'zero-emissions' with onboard hydrogen

Pilbara Clean Fuels Pty Ltd is progressing a development concept for a new, mid-scale, low carbon footprint LNG plant to be located at Port Hedland in Western Australia, the world’s largest iron ore export port.

DORIS, Axens, AWT International, SeaQuester and Surbana Jurong announce the CCS Hub Alliance decarbonization solution for hard-to-abate CO2 emitters

DORIS, Axens, AWT International, Sea-Quester Offshore and Surbana Jurong Infrastructure announce the formation of the CCS Hub Alliance, a partnership dedicated to delivering cost-effective and risk-reduced decarbonization solutions to hard-to-abate CO2 emitters.