Tagged with CCS

The stop-start of the energy transition

The stop-start of the energy transition

Tom Baxter, senior Lecturer in Chemical Engineering at the University of Aberdeen, writes on The Conversation website about what can replace CCS, which he feels has failed to deliver. You should be interested in his alternatives. What do you think?   It’s time to accept carbon capture has failed – here’s what we should do … Continue reading

New developments in carbon capture and storage

New developments in carbon capture and storage

There is controversy whether we should be pursuing carbon capture and storage at all and there have been many critics of the technology. EiD will leave that to others to argue. Meanwhile technological developments continue. Chris Mooney writes in The Washington Post about a new project in Illinois that is showing some important results.   … Continue reading

CCS experiment in Saskatchewan having some problems

CCS experiment in Saskatchewan having some problems

Some are calling it a bumpy start, but the first large-scale carbon capture and storage project is not living up to expectations. Many international organisations, governments and researchers have felt that CCS will solve many of our energy transition problems. Ian Austen writes an excellent article in the New York Times that, while the future … Continue reading

What is the future of carbon capture and storage?

What is the future of carbon capture and storage?

Arthur Neslen writes a good article in The Guardian about the grim reality of deploying carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology. As Neslen argues, in Norway capturing and burying carbon emissions has brought down one prime minister, been likened to a national ‘moon landing’ by another and left the country’s highest-emitting gas plant as a … Continue reading

Market for CCS is strong

Market for CCS is strong

WooEB news writes about the global market for carbon, capture and storage.  Unfortunately, it does not say what the growth rate is.   Carbon capture and storage market forecast to attain revenues of US$6.7Bn in 2014 The global carbon capture and storage market is forecast to total revenues of US$6,692 million in 2014. Carbon gas … Continue reading