Iberdrola completes the its first hybrid wind farm: Port Augusta

Australia – Iberdrola has finished the installation of the final wind turbine at the world’s first wind-solar hybrid project: Port Augusta in South Australia. The project consists of 50 wind turbines and 250,000 solar panels. Energy for 180,000 households The renewable energy project, which combines 210 megawatts of wind and 107 megawatts of photovoltaic energy, […]

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Tata Steel gets India’s first blast furnace carbon capture plant

India – Carbon Clean, a leader in cost-effective carbon dioxide capture and separation technology, has successfully constructed and commissioned India’s first carbon capture plant for a blast furnace for Tata Steel. Carbon Clean’s technology is now being exhibited at Tata Steel’s Jamshedpur steel facility in India, where it is capable of capturing five tonnes of […]

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Equinor and Rosneft to cooperate on carbon management

Norway – Equinor and Rosneft have inked a partnership agreement on carbon management. The deal builds on the strategic collaboration between the two corporations in Russia. Equinor and Rosneft will use their long-standing collaboration and work together to create low-carbon solutions and minimize the carbon impact of joint projects. Flaring and methane emissions reduction Under […]

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Repair works at Petromidia Năvodari refinery near completion

Romania – Rompetrol Rafinare, a member enterprise of the KMG International Group, has finished the majority of the turnaround work on the Petromidia platform’s production units and is conducting final technical inspections in order to restore production activities safely. The technological installations will be resumed in stages and are scheduled to reach peak functioning efficiency […]

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Water impact of bioenergy with carbon capture and sequestration

United States – Water usage is examined in new research by University of Wyoming scientists when bioenergy production is combined with carbon capture and sequestration, and the researchers argue for careful coordination of technology, resources, and policy in the transition to a net-zero carbon energy future. Haibo Zhai, associate professor of engineering, environment, and natural […]

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