Carbon Management

Chevron, Talos to triple the size of Texas carbon capture project

Chevron and Talos Energy said they have tripled the size of a proposed carbon capture and storage hub for the U.S. Gulf Coast.

U.S. policy is conducive for new investments in energy transition said Repsol's CEO

The U.S, is attracting investment in renewables, hydrogen, biofuels, etc. through new legislation, while the EU's rules could deter investors, Repsol's CEO said at CERAweek.

Lithium Americas Corp. awards licensing technology for a 3,000-tpd sulfuric acid plant

MECS, a subsidiary of Elessent Clean Technologies, was contracted for the provision of a 3,000-tpd MECS® sulfuric acid plant by Lithium Americas Corp.

Occidental to use Siemens Energy's technology for large-scale direct air capture plant

Siemens Energy compressors will be used at Occidental’s first large-scale direct air capture (DAC) plant in Texas’ Permian Basin.

AWS unveils startups selected for the Clean Energy Accelerator 3.0 program

Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced the startups selected for the Clean Energy Accelerator 3.0. The program is designed to facilitate collaborations with mature startups developing breakthrough clean energy technologies.

EU delays ICE ban phaseout after German pushback

European Union countries have delayed a planned vote next week on the bloc's landmark law to end sales of new CO2-emitting cars in 2035 after Germany questioned its support for the rules.

Dow and X-Energy to build first grid-scale, next-generation nuclear reactor for NA industrial sites

Dow and X-energy said they have agreed to develop and demonstrate the first grid-scale next-generation nuclear reactor for an industrial site in North America.

Saudi Aramco buys minority stake in company focused on more fuel-efficient gasoline engines

Saudi Aramco has agreed to take a minority stake in a new powertrain engine company that French car maker Renault SA and China's Geely Automobile Holdings Ltd plan to set up jointly.

Germany has mixed feelings about EU ICE ban

German Transport Minister Volker Wissing called into question a bid by the European Union to ban new cars with internal combustion engines from 2035, saying the use of synthetic fuels should remain possible after the deadline.

U.S. EPA's proposal would allow a higher ethanol blend in Midwest states

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposed a rule that would allow sales of gasoline with a higher ethanol blend in certain U.S. Midwest states.