The University of Wyoming will finish their characterization and obtain a class VI permit to build a large-scale CO2 storage complex in Campbell County, Wyoming.
The University of North Dakota Energy & Environmental Research Center will characterize and seek UIC Class VI permits in order to build injection wells at a commercial-scale storage complex.
Plans to establish a CO2 storage complex in Kemper County, Mississippi.
The New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology will perform a commercial-scale assessment of a storage complex in order to accelerate the deployment of integrated CCUS technology at San Juan Generating Station, a nearby coal-fired electricity generation plant.
The board of trustees at the University of Illinois is set to obtain UIC Class VI permits to build two carbon storage plants on already-built infrastructure.
A feasibility study to determine how Humberside can deploy green hydrogen and reach the 2050 goal of net zero emissions.
Plans to develop a roadmap to cut back on the Black Country’s current 1.4 million tons of CO2 per year.
Glasgow is aiming to be the UK’s first carbon neutral city by 2030.
Funding has been secured to finance turning the Humber region into the world’s first zero-carbon cluster.
A team of companies will collaborate to research the feasibility and costs of utilizing PMW’s marine cryogenic CO2 capture process for the shipping industry.
A process that uses constantly moving metal beads to cool gas mixtures produced from engine emissions.
A hybrid system of bacteria and nanowire that has the ability to harness sunlight and use it to convert CO2 and water into chemicals that can be used to create organic molecules.
Starwood Energy Group Global LLC has agreed to back OGCI Climate Investments to develop what could be the world’s first natural gas power plant to capture CO2 at scale with the goal of capturing 90% of CO2 emissions.
A research project to study efficient recycling of CO2 from the Tomakomai City refinery in Japan where CO2 is captured and stored.