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Carbon Management

TES partners with 7 large international companies to create a global e-NG coalition

TES has entered into an MOU with other large international companies to sponsor the creation of a global coalition, the e-NG Coalition, which is exclusively dedicated to electric natural gas (e-NG or e-natural gas), also referred to as e-methane.

The Fly Up: Heathrow launches renewable biofuel breakfast

A first of its kind breakfast at Heathrow, named The Fly Up, which is cooked with oil that is then cleaned and recycled into renewable biofuels, has taken off.

First carbon capture pilot rig delivered by Compact Membrane Systems

Compact Membrane Systems announced that it has delivered a carbon capture pilot rig to OMV, a leading petrochemical company in Austria.

Successful demonstration in Dunkirk of the CO2 capture DMX process

Operational since April 2023 on ArcelorMittal’s Dunkirk site, the industrial pilot for the capture of CO2 present in blast furnace gases has delivered promising results.

Sasol and Topsoe launch Zaffra: A new venture to help decarbonize aviation

Sasol, a global chemicals and energy company, and Topsoe, a leader in carbon emission reduction technologies, announced the successful launch of their joint venture, Zaffra.

Shell publishes Energy Transition Strategy 2024

Shell has published its first energy transition update since the launch of its Powering Progress strategy in 2021 and with this energy transition update, Shell is focusing on how the same strategy delivers “less emissions”.

Make SAF, not electricity from household waste, urges boss of UK’s largest airports group

The UK risks missing out on a significant opportunity to reduce its carbon footprint by continuing to incinerate household waste, rather than use it to make SAF, according to a new study released by MAG.

New report identifies overwhelming enthusiasm for green utility provision in petrochemicals sector

A new report and survey into utility provision in the petrochemical industry has identified overwhelming enthusiasm for sustainable practices, with almost all process engineers surveyed stating they would pay substantially more for greener equipment.

Wärtsilä and EBDG collaborate on green methanol-powered barge

Technology group Wärtsilä has entered into a collaboration agreement with Seattle, (U.S). based naval architecture and marine engineering firm, Elliott Bay Design Group, to further develop EBDG’s Clean Harbor Alternative Mobile Power Barge design featuring Wärtsilä’s methanol engine technology.

Jet Zero Australia and Apeiron Bioenergy secure Go-Green Grant funding for SAF partnership in Australia and Singapore

Apeiron AgroCommodities Pte Ltd, one of the largest used cooking oil collectors in Asia, and Jet Zero Australia Pty Ltd, an Australian bioenergy company backed by Airbus and Qantas, have partnered on a SAF project under a proposed 50:50 joint venture.