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Anglo American completes first Sea Trial using Bend of Biofuel and very low Sulphur Fuel Oil to reduce Emissions from Ocean Freight

Anglo American has successfully completed a sea trial using biofuel blended with very low sulphur fuel oil (VLSFO), reducing carbon emissions by approximately 10%. The trial further demonstrates the potential for sustainable biofuel to be used as a ‘drop-in’ fuel, improving its viability to help reduce emissions in the shipping sector. The fuel was blended and bunkered in Singapore, marking an important step in establishing a local supply chain and a cost-efficient, low-carbon biofuel offer for the region.

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Community-scale Hydrogen Production Project Set to begin in South Wales

Costain has been awarded funding by the Welsh Government’s Smart Living HyBRID SBRI initiative to undertake a project which looks at the feasibility of small scale hydrogen production in South Wales. HyBRID (Hydrogen Business Research & Innovation for Decarbonisation) is a Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) funded by Welsh Government Smart Living.

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Fugro achieves Carbon Trust’s highest Rating for its Seawatch Offshore wind Floating LiDAR Buoy

Fugro’s Seawatch Wind Lidar Buoy has achieved the highest commercial maturity rating, Stage 3, in accordance with the Carbon Trust Roadmap for the Commercial Acceptance of floating LiDAR technology. Fugro’s floating lidar system is the first in the world to gain this Stage 3 rating, which certifies the Seawatch Wind Lidar Buoy as a primary source of wind resource data to support financial investment decisions for offshore wind farms.

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How to meet the global Need for Carbon as a Feedstock in the chemical and derived Materials Sector in the Future?

The chemical sector has a long-lasting and increasing demand for carbon that is embedded in its products. Today, 450 million tonnes of carbon are contained in chemicals and polymers, mostly sourced from fossil resources. The free report “Turning off the Tap for Fossil Carbon”, shows how the demand is met today and could be covered by renewable carbon in the year 2050.

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Launch of new Hydrogen Utilization Council in Kobe/Kansai Area in Japan

Mitsubishi Power, Ltd., a major wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group, and Japanese various industry organizations and energy companies involved in hydrogen projects launched a new council named Kobe/Kansai Hydrogen Utilization Council with the goal of developing hydrogen utilization methods and establishing a hydrogen supply chain in the Kobe/Kansai area.

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EU Parliament Hearing: A good Day for Carbon Capture and Storage in Europe

Thursday 12 November was an important and encouraging day for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in Europe.

In the morning there was a high-level hearing in the European Parliament entitled ‘Towards a global CCS breakthrough: Lessons from abroad & a plan for the EU”, where around 120 attendees participated. This hearing was hosted by MEPs Theresa Griffin (S&D, UK) and Krišjanis Karinš (EPP, LV), ZEP, the CCSA and GCCSI, in association with the Gateway project and the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Want to know more about the Gateway project and the hearing? Read this blog from Marie Bysveen.

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Heraeus: Porocarb improves lithium-ion battery performance

Heraeus is launching Porocarb, a completely new product family of conductive porous carbon powders for electrochemical applications such as battery additives. A team of developers from the new product group led by Christian Neumann spent more than three years developing these novel carbon particles with pore-size distribution ranging from 10 and 1,000 nanometers and internal pore volumes up to 2.5 cubic centimeters per gram.
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