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  • Decarbonized Fossil Energy CATF Statement on Port of Rotterdam CO2 Storage Award

    BRUSSELS, 2021/05/10 – The Dutch government yesterday granted €2 billion in subsidies to a consortium planning to deploy a massive new carbon capture and storage project at the Port of Rotterdam. “This is incredibly positive news, coming just a few months after the Norwegian Government invested in the Longship Project. It highlights the strong momentum

    May 10, 2021
  • Decarbonized Fossil Energy Strong Policy Needed to Decarbonize the Industrial Cluster in Europe’s Largest Port

    With the increasing global urgency to combat climate change, the Port of Rotterdam must successfully decarbonize its port and industrial cluster operations while continuing to thrive in a competitive market. As part of this effort, the H-vision Project plans to curb carbon emissions by producing and adopting blue hydrogen as a decarbonization enabler. The City […]

    May 3, 2021
  • Policy Two New Senate Tax Bills Focus on System Decarbonization

    Two bills introduced over the past week are looking to use tax incentives to drive technology innovation and system decarbonization: the Clean Energy for America Act (CEAA), introduced by Senate Finance Chair Ron Wyden (D-OR) and the bi-partisan Energy Sector Innovation Credit (ESIC) bill, introduced by Senate Finance ranking member Mike Crapo (R-ID) and Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI). Tax credits can play an important role in incentivizing technologies for decarbonizing the US energy system. […]

    April 26, 2021
  • Decarbonized Fossil Energy Decarbonisation Hubs and The Opportunity for Deep and Rapid Carbon Reduction

    As the world seeks to deliver on the complex challenge of building decarbonised energy systems, reducing CO₂ emissions from industrial operations is critical as these account for around 23% of CO₂ emissions, as per data from the International Energy Agency (IEA). Based on the current trajectory, European final energy consumption is not projected to decrease […]

    April 26, 2021
  • Climate The American Jobs Plan: What’s in it for carbon capture?

    The American Jobs Plan is the largest investment proposal to commercialize carbon management technologies ever put forward by a single government. The Plan could grow US carbon management capacity by more than 13 fold¹ by 2035 while safeguarding and creating tens of thousands American jobs² and establishing the US as a global leader in innovation and decarbonization.

    April 22, 2021
  • Decarbonized Fossil Energy Bipartisan Support for Carbon Capture Jobs

    Bipartisan support is growing for carbon capture. Both Democrats and Republicans support new efforts to enhance tax credits that reward companies for capturing CO2 and storing it underground.  These credits, known as 45Q, are the primary federal policy driver for CCS. First, President Biden’s American Jobs Plan advocates 45Q enhancements that would raise the tax […]

    April 21, 2021
  • Policy CATF Statement on EU Climate Targets

    Climate targets are a helpful indicator of political will, and we’re happy that the European Union has made a positive step in the right direction. But the conversation has to shift from climate targets to climate action. Without significant measures to cut greenhouse gas emissions this decade, these 2050 climate targets will become purely academic. […]

    April 21, 2021
  • Decarbonized Fossil Energy Profile: How Porthos is decarbonizing industry in the Netherlands

    Decarbonizing industry is particularly vital for countries like the Netherlands where a significant proportion of emissions come from industrial hubs. With the revision of the Trans-European Networks for Energy (TEN-E) Regulation firmly on the climate agenda, Mark Driessen from Porthos spoke with us about the importance of recognizing CO2 storage and transport modalities other than […]

    April 12, 2021
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