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  • Carbon Capture Open Letter from 27 Leaders in Industry, Academia and Civil Society on the EU’s TEN-E Regulation

    A coalition of European industry and academic representatives signed an open letter calling for CO2 storage sites and multiple CO2 transport options to be supported by the TEN-E regulation. “The Trans-European Network for Energy (TEN-E) Regulation plays an important role in accelerating the build-out of infrastructure for a climate neutral Europe. We strongly support the TEN-E

    July 20, 2021
  • Carbon Capture Profile: Why BASF cares about the EU’s TEN-E Regulation

    To enable industrial decarbonization across EU Member States, full value-chain recognition for carbon capture, transport, and storage is needed in TEN-E Regulation revision What is needed to enable carbon capture, transport, and storage to play its intended role in industrial decarbonization? For the last #TenETuesday before the summer break, Frederik Pieters from BASF Antwerpen NV […]

    July 13, 2021
  • Super Pollutants Massive Quantity of Methane Emissions Documented Across Europe at Oil & Gas Facilities

    BRUSSELS – Using a state-of-the-art infrared camera, Clean Air Task Force has documented methane emissions leaking or venting from oil & gas facilities all over Europe. So far, the organization has visited over 150 sites in seven European countries and found harmful, invisible methane pollution at the vast majority of sites. Today, Clean Air Task […]

    June 24, 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
  • Carbon Capture 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
  • Carbon Capture Profile: Fortum Oslo Varme on the role of shipping in European carbon capture projects

    Fortum Oslo Varme joined us for a chat on their plans to implement the first full-scale carbon capture and storage project capturing flue gas CO2 from a waste-to-energy plant. European carbon capture projects like this are impacted by the EU regulatory framework – including TEN-E – which is why we want to hear from as […]

    April 6, 2021
  • Carbon Capture A Round-up of Carbon Capture Projects Around The World

    2021 will be a year of climate commitments. On the fifth anniversary of the Paris Agreement, the pressure is mounting for nations to raise their ambitions and set firm commitments to reach net-zero by 2050. The nature of those commitments will dictate investment for years to come, which is why the global climate community must […]

    March 31, 2021
  • Carbon Capture Profile: Stockholm Exergi’s need for cross-border CO2 transport options

    Bio-CCS’ role on path to net-zero – dependent on legislative framework’s recognition of shipping and CO2 storage. Tapping into ongoing discussions in Sweden on Bio-CCS’ vital role on the path to net-zero by 2050, Fabian Levihn from Stockholm Exergi had a chat with us on the ongoing revision of the TEN-E Regulation. Why is Stockholm Exergi […]

    March 14, 2021