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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….
Zero-Carbon Fuels and Marine Shipping: Both a Will and a Way?
The marine shipping sector consumes around 10 quadrillion Btu of fuel and emits one billion metric tons of carbon dioxide each year. That’s more than all of Germany’s emissions, more than all of Saudi Arabia’s emissions, and roughly equal to the emissions from all passenger vehicles in the United States….
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…
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…
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…
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…
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…
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…