Jeff Erikson of the Global CCS Institute shares thoughts on top trends in carbon management and discusses goals for the Carbon Management Technology Conference.
The latest issue showcases the current thinking related to the reduction of carbon emissions, the utilization of CO2 that can ameliorate its presence and provide useful products, and storage options.
The International Energy Agency reports that energy-related emissions totaled 32.5 gigatons in 2017, an increase of 1.4% from the previous year.
Imagine a technology that could capture atmospheric carbon dioxide, reduce carbon dioxide emissions, reduce the alkalinity of industrial waste, and generate useful materials — all in one proc
Without the existence of carbon pricing, any company bold enough to develop carbon sequestration technology has to find a creative business model as a workaround.
When it opened in October 2014, SaskPower’s $1.5 billion Boundary Dam carbon capture and storage (CCS) plant was the world's flagship demonstration on the frontier of clean-tech innovatio
Months of chaos, fear, and the smell of rotten eggs came to an end at Porter Ranch in Los Angeles on Thursday, once crews digging a relief well finally pierced the deep, underground casing of the d
ArcelorMittal, the world’s biggest steel company, joined by LanzaTech, the world's leading waste-gas-to-biofuels developer, and Primetals Technologies, a seasoned steel plant construction
Despite the dramatic fall in oil markets that began four months ago, this year's BP Energy Outlook 2035 tries to look long term - beyond the current turmoil - to explain the confluence of sever
In a joint effort between the public and private sector, a demonstration project encompassing the post-combustion capture of CO2 from a coal-fired power plant, and its subsequent pipeline transportation and underground storage is underway in Alabama. Named the SECARB project (for Southeast Region Carbon Sequestration Partnership), the details and results of the project were outlined by Gerald Hill.
The impending CO2 emissions reduction requirements will drive the need for retrofits on many existing coal-fired power plants. Read on for an analysis of potential costs.
Researchers at Rice University have discovered an inexpensive derivative of asphalt that is highly effective at capturing carbon dioxide from natural gas wells.