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BP, Microsoft, sustainability, digital energy, net zero emissions, emission control, partnership

BP & Microsoft to drive Digital Energy & Net-Zero

bp and Microsoft Corp. ‎announced that they have agreed to collaborate as strategic partners to further digital transformation ‎in energy systems and advance the net zero carbon goals of both companies....
18 September 2020
Quantum Automation, solar, monitoring, leak detection, QRTU, QSolarBattery

Quantum supports off-grid automation

Quantum Automation has released the Quantum Remote Telemetry Unit (QRTU) and the QSolarBattery. These standardized, yet customizable hardware platforms are part of the growing array of Q-Line products...
17 September 2020
US EPA, regulation update

US EPA reinstates enforcement policies

On August 31, the temporary enforcement policy enacted by the US Environmental Protection Agency as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic was disbanded. The policy, issued on March 26, was meant to give relief...
16 September 2020
refinery, carbon, emissions

CCS Deployment at Dispersed UK Industrial Sites

The UK government has published an independent report identifying and assessing high-level deployment options for carbon capture, usage and storage (CCS) technology at dispersed industrial sites throughout...
15 September 2020
FESAM, LDAR, emissions, BWON, Tanks, fugitive emissions summit americas, conference, 2020, program

#FESAM Preliminary Conference Program available!

The Fugitive Emissions Summit Americas team is thrilled to offer the preliminary conference program for the event, to be hosted December 9-10th, 2020 at the San Jacinto College LyondellBasell Center for...
14 September 2020
Husky Energy, Canada, oilsands, Alberta

Husky targets 25% GHG emissions cut

Husky Energy joins other major Alberta oilsands producers in setting a short-term emissions intensity reduction target as a preliminary step as it works toward achieving net-zero emissions by 2050.The...
14 September 2020
energy, carbon capture

US DOE Invest $72M in Carbon Capture Tech

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded USD $72 million to the development and advancement of carbon capture technologies. USD $51 million will be given to nine new projects for coal and natural...
11 September 2020
green hydrogen

Green hydrogen to compete with fossil fuels by 2040

Hydrogen made from renewable power will compete in price with gas produced from fossil fuels within two decades, according to a new analysis by Wood Mackenzie Ltd. The cost of green hydrogen will drop...
10 September 2020
SSAB, LKAB, fossil-free iron, hydrogen plants, coal, steel

SSAB–LKAB–Vattenfall takes step toward fossil-free iron

SSAB, LKAB, and Vattenfall are taking a decisive step toward fossil-free steelmaking with the start-up of HYBRIT’s globally unique pilot plant for the production of fossil-free sponge iron. At the plant,...
09 September 2020
Alliance, emission monitoring, LDAR, leak detection and repair, acquisition, testing

Alliance purchases LDAR division from Bureau Veritas

Alliance has completed its fifth add-on acquisition with the purchase of the US-based Emissions Monitoring (EM) division of Bureau Veritas, a recognized world leader in testing, inspection and certification...
08 September 2020