Carbon Management

Neptune Energy, ExxonMobil, Rosewood and EBN to cooperate on L10 carbon capture and storage

Neptune Energy, ExxonMobil subsidiary XTO Netherlands, Ltd., Rosewood Exploration Ltd., and EBN Capital B.V. announced the signing of a Cooperation Agreement to progress the L10 large-scale offshore carbon capture and storage project in the Dutch North Sea.

The downstream rundown: In case you missed it 6/17

In case you missed any downstream news, this piece will give you a summary of some of the top stories from last week.

Shell to build ships to carry more CO2 over longer distances for CCS hubs

Shell is building larger vessels that can carry more carbon dioxide over longer distances as part of the company's plans to expand its carbon capture storage (CCS) business globally.

Maire Tecnimont strengthens its partnership with Granbio thanks to the patent validation for 2G ethanol technology

Europe’s strict regulations and challenging targets for the decarbonization of transports are driving a rapidly growing demand for bio and low carbon fuels.

BP beefs up hydrogen team in bet on fuel's future

BP is beefing up its hydrogen management team as the energy company prepares to accelerate investments in the low-carbon fuel which it believes will play a key role in the world's shift away from fossil fuels.

Neste SAF has been delivered to New York using existing petroleum pipelines

SAF has been safely delivered to New York’s LaGuardia Airport through the Colonial and Buckeye pipeline systems – two essential pieces of American energy infrastructure.

Clean energy start-up reveals plan for $800 MM renewable fuels facility in Port Allen

Arbor Renewable Gas is evaluating West Baton Rouge Parish for a planned $800 MM manufacturing and distribution facility employing carbon capture and sequestration emissions-reduction technology.

Ørsted to capture and store 400,000 tons of carbon in 2025

The technology and logistics for handling and storing carbon from the two CHP plants are in place, and if financial support is obtained from the current tender for carbon capture and storage, Ørsted can be ready to capture and store 400,000 tons of carbon as early as 2025.

Taiwan's CPC buys first crude with carbon offset from SOCAR

Taiwan's state refiner, CPC Corp, said it has received the country's first crude cargo with certified carbon offset from SOCAR Trading, the trading arm of Azerbaijan's state oil company.

The downstream rundown: In case you missed it 6/10

In case you missed any downstream news, this piece will give you a summary of some of the top stories from last week.