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Chevron Gets Stakes in Australian CCS Schemes

Sep 09, 2022

Oil major Chevron has announced it is part of three joint ventures that have been granted permits to undertake evaluation and appraisal work for the potential storage of carbon dioxide offshore Australia.The blocks, including two in the Carnarvon…

Santos to Study More CCS Options

Sep 08, 2022

Australian oil and gas firm Santos has been awarded permits to undertake evaluation and appraisal work for the potential storage of carbon dioxide in the offshore Carnarvon and Bonaparte basins, off the coast of Western Australia, the company announced today…

Neptune Energy, Horisont Energi Team Up on Errai CCS Project in Norway

Aug 30, 2022

Oil and gas company Neptune Energy has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Norwegian low-carbon tech firm Horisont Energi to develop the Errai Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) project in Norway.According to Neptune Energy, Errai could store 4-8 million tonnes of CO2 annually…

Carbon Capture & Storage: Santos Reaches FID on Darwin Pipeline Duplication Project

Aug 29, 2022

Australian oil and gas firm Santos, as operator of the Barossa joint venture, on Monday announced a final investment decision (FID) has been taken to proceed with the Darwin Pipeline Duplication Project, located offshore the Northern Territory…

How Industry is Depending on Carbon Capture Tech for Climate Goals

Aug 29, 2022

Norwegian carbon dioxide (CO2) storage company Northern Lights and its owners have agreed to store emissions captured at fertiliser-maker Yara's Dutch operation from 2025 in what they say is a commercial breakthrough for the business.The joint venture founded by oil firms Equinor…

Northern Lights JV in Yara CO2 Subsea Storage Deal

Aug 29, 2022

Norwegian carbon dioxide (CO2) storage company Northern Lights and its owners have agreed to store emissions captured at fertilizer maker Yara's Dutch operation from 2025 in what they say is a commercial breakthrough for the business.The joint venture…

Inpex, Woodside, TotalEnergies win Australian Offshore Acreage for Carbon Capture Studies

Aug 24, 2022

Australia has awarded Japan's Inpex Corp, France's TotalEnergies and Woodside Energy Group offshore acreage permits for assessing carbon emissions storage as the government pushes to speed up emissions reductions.While environmental groups say…

Korean Companies Ink CCS MoU With Petronas

Aug 04, 2022

Six South Korean companies and Malaysian state-owned energy company Petronas have agreed to work together to look at the feasibility of a cross border carbon capture and storage project in what's been called Asia’s first CCS hub project. Under a memorandum of understanding (MOU)…

Inpex, Australia's Northern Territory Gov't Sign Net-Zero Agreement

Jul 21, 2022

Japanese oil and gas company Inpex said Friday it had signed a statement of commitment to a net zero emissions future with the government of Australia’s Northern Territory, where the Ichthys LNG Project’s onshore gas liquefaction plant is located…

Equinor and Fluxys Plan 1000-km European Pipeline to Norwegian Offshore CO2 Storage Sites

Jun 29, 2022

Norway's Equinor and Belgium's Fluxys plan to build a 1,000-km (620-mile) pipeline to transport CO2 captured on the European continent for storage underneath the North Sea [on the Norwegian continental shelf], the two companies said on Wednesday…

Deal Signed to Progress Carbon Capture and Storage in the Dutch North Sea

Jun 20, 2022

Neptune Energy, ExxonMobil subsidiary XTO Netherlands, Rosewood Exploration and EBN Capital B.V. signed a cooperation agreement to progress the L10 large-scale offshore carbon capture and storage project in the Dutch North Sea.The agreement…

Consortium Wins FEED Contract for Keadby 3 Carbon Capture Power Station

Jun 16, 2022

A consortium of Aker Solutions, Siemens Energy and Doosan Babcock has been awarded the front-end engineering and design (FEED) contract for SSE Thermal and Equinor’s proposed Keadby 3 Carbon Capture Power Station, which could become the UK’s first power station with carbon capture and storage…

UK Launches First Ever Offshore Carbon Storage Licensing Round

Jun 15, 2022

The UK-based North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) on Tuesday launched UK’s first-ever carbon storage licensing round with 13 areas available.   'The new carbon storage areas, alongside the six licences which have been issued previously, could…

Shearwater GeoServices Wins Work at CCUS Project in UK

May 31, 2022

Marine seismic survey firm Shearwater GeoServices has won a contract in the UK related to a carbon capture and storage project.The project, awarded by BP on behalf of the Northern Endurance Partnership  (NEP), is for geophysical data processing and imaging to advance the East Coast Cluster…

Adapting Subsea Technologies to enable CCUS Initiatives

May 13, 2022

Reimagining uses for innovative technologies originally designed for critical service in subsea developments could open the door to safer CO2 storage and usage.The energy transition occurring worldwide is redefining energy production and consumption…

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