A total of 15 teams from around the world will compete with a budget of $1m. In a competition that is expected to last at least four years, the winner will receive $50m, the second one $20m and the third one $10m. The full guidelines will be posted on April 22.
"Norway launches the largest project to capture and store # CO2. Parliament approves granting 1,600 million, two thirds of the total cost."
"Without Carbon Capture And Storage, The World Can’t Meet Its Climate Target."
Both winners will present their work during 2020 PTECO2 Assembly which, this year, will take place 100 % virtually. Congratulations!
The multinational cement company LafargeHolcim and Carbon Clean Engineering will develop a project at the Holcim factory in Carboneras, Almería, which will aim to capture the CO2 emitted in the cement production process to transform it and use it locally through agricultural use, which will allow accelerate crop production.
The International Energy Agency has presented the 'Energy Technology Perspectives 2020' where it focuses its analysis on the clean energy technologies that are needed to reach the goal of net zero emissions. CCUS technologies (Carbon Capture, utilization and storage) appear alongside electrification, hydrogen and bioenergy.
Carbon capture: Technologies to fulfil The Paris Agreement
Update of the 2014 monograph on Carbon Capture published by PTEC ...
Geological CO2 Storage: Climate change mitigation
Update of the 2012 Monographic (2nd edition). The geological sto ...
CO2 transportation: state of the art, alternatives and challenges
This new technical paper focuses on CO2 transportation as one mo ...
Uses of CO2: a pathway to sustainability
This third paper in a series on carbon capture, transportation, ...
Comparative study on the regulatory framework for Carbon capture
Study of the different legal regimes on CCS, adopted by certain ...
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