Clariant Oil Services launches D3 PROGRAM to support carbon reduction, sustainability in the oil industry
September 12, 2022
Clariant Oil Services, a provider of chemical solutions, has launched the D3 PROGRAM to introduce more sustainable solutions to the oil and gas industry.
September 07, 2022
Aggreko, a provider of mobile, modular power, temperature control and energy services, completed a 10MW flare gas to power project, the largest in Africa, to lower its total cost of energy and lessen emissions from the oil field.
September 06, 2022
Last year, the NSTA expanded Pathfinder to host more information about a wider range of North Sea projects, including well decommissioning campaigns, and offshore wind and carbon capture and storage schemes.
August 30, 2022
Horisont Energi and Neptune Energy announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding to develop the Errai Carbon Capture and Storage project in Norway.
August 29, 2022
Energy services provider Expro is leading industry efforts to meet environmental targets with the development of a digital technology that can help drilling contractors and operators cut an estimated 146 tons of CO2 emissions annually – the equivalent of 58 transatlantic flights.
August 24, 2022
The Bonaparte CCS Assessment joint venture between TotalEnergies, INPEX and Woodside has been awarded a permit off the northwest coast of Australia to carry out appraisal work on block G-7-AP, which is considered a promising area for geological storage of CO2.
August 19, 2022
Businesses are burning coal and even oil to keep power stations and factories running while cleaner-burning natural gas becomes increasingly scarce. The situation threatens to push up Europe’s carbon footprint this year.
August 12, 2022
Phase 2 of project approvals is great boost to jump start carbon capture, but all projects are needed if UK is to meet climate goals, industry body OEUK says.
August 01, 2022
The report highlights the need to fully understand the scope and scale of the challenge for these sectors and identifies a significant gap versus the pace of decarbonization necessary to achieve net-zero goals to limit global warming to 1.5C by 2050.
July 27, 2022
Supply chain companies in the UK offshore oil and gas sector are in prime position to win work in carbon capture and storage if urgent action is taken by governments and industry, a new report indicates.
July 27, 2022
The search for carbon storage sites, wind farm locations and potential hydrocarbon fields has received a significant boost as more than 132 terabytes of seismic data has been uploaded on to the National Data Repository.
The Drive to Net Zero: The Key Role of Digital Technology in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)
July 26, 2022
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) will be an essential pathway as industries move to net zero. The ability to handle CO2 at both emission sources and directly from air, together with long-term storage in the subsurface, make CCS a crucial part of the energy transition. Join AspenTech experts to learn how innovations in digital technology support end-to-end CCS, with faster, widespread scale-up and improvements in economics and efficiency. Learn how you and your teams can: - Use rigorous modeling and economic analysis for rapid design and scale-up of carbon capture processes - Evaluate all current and new technology areas (such as liquid and physical solvent absorption, zeolites, membranes and other approaches) to find the most viable solution for your use cases - Leverage subsurface models to select depleted reservoirs and aquifers for CO2 storage that meet technical and economic criteria - Support optimized control and ongoing operator training to reduce risks and ensure proper CO2 storage You’ll see how chemical simulation models evaluate CCS approaches, such as converting CO2 to carbonates. Now is the time to adopt an end-to-end carbon capture and storage solution tailored to your needs. We encourage you to join the conversation by submitting questions when registering for the event.
Vallourec’s Role in Designing Safe CO2 Storage Projects
April 07, 2022
To deploy safe and sustainable CCS infrastructures, it is essential to test the equipments’ performance at specific operating conditions and to make sure materials will perform as expected for the whole project’s lifetime. In this webcast, Diana Rodriguez and Cécile Millet will present Vallourec’s initiatives aiming at reducing existing knowledge gaps, using our material selection best practices and cutting edge VAM® connection qualification for CCS applications.
Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage – Vallourec’s role in the safe deployment of CCUS infrastructures at scale
April 15, 2021
Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage (CCUS) is essential to deliver clean industrial growth and to achieve net-zero ambitions. Recently, CCUS has started to gain momentum thanks to policy support and governmental funding programs and several projects are expected to enter operation in the near future in Europe, Australia and the US. To ensure safe and cost-efficient deployment of such projects, it is key to de-risk the entire CO2 value chain and the required infrastructure. Companies need to be very selective and attentive to quality when selecting tubular products for transporting and storing captured CO2, due to the complex requirements of CCUS projects such as material exposure to low temperatures or corrosive environments. As an end-to-end supplier of high-performance tubular solutions, Vallourec is well positioned to help the industry deploy safe and sustainable CCUS infrastructures worldwide and leverage our built-in competence, adapting our material and product portfolio to meet these requirements and close the knowledge gaps.
April 18, 2018
Most cities suing oil companies over the impact of climate change want help paying for walls to protect against rising sea levels. And then there’s Boulder, Colorado.
April 16, 2018
Ben van Beurden has the same message for activists seeking to bind Shell to emissions cuts, and investors concerned about the merits of shifting away from O&G: Trust me.
February 16, 2018
Three of the world’s biggest oil companies called on Norway to help maintain funding for carbon capture and storage technology that is stagnating amid concerns about whether it can ever be cost-effective.