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Since May 2007, the CCSA has been producing news updates for the CCS Community.
- UK carbon capture scheme wins €300m from EU
- Cameron says CCS can make shale gas ‘greener’
- Geologists blast UN concerns over safety of carbon capture and storage
- Coal gasification: The clean energy of the future?
- World must end 'dirty' fuel use - UN
- Dispute over UK Coal’s Kellingley mine closure heats up as TUC wades in
- Countries in Asia, particularly China, show interest in developing carbon technologies
- April infringement package
- EIB invests in low carbon energy projects
- Bio-energy to reduce emissions
- Husky Energy to build pilot project to scrub carbon emissions
- Global CCS infrastructure market: Investments to reach $2.4 billion by 2020
- Fossil fuel use to continue but carbon capture necessary
- Hunt sees years of coal, says carbon will be captured
- Province ‘confident’ in financial stake in refinery project
- CO2 Solutions : oil sands project moves to pilot stage
- Minerals Council launches 'Australians for coal' website
- Germany’s power market: could coal reliance reign in this renewable powerhouse?
- Shell publishes 2013 Sustainability Report and payments to governments data
- Chamber hears about SaskPower projects
- CO2 Solutions Successfully Completes Second Oil Sands Project Milestones
- Clean Coal: Carbon capture pilot kicks off at Polk IGCC plant in Tampa
- TCM reports carbon capture R&D is thriving
Issue 255While the Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA) considers that the information and opinions given in this Newsletter is sound, all parties must rely upon their own skill and judgement when making use of it. The CCSA will not assume any liability to anyone for any loss or damage arising out of the provision of this Newsletter howsoever caused. The Newsletter makes use of information gathered from a variety of sources that have not been subject to independent verification. The CCSA gives no representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the information collected from market participants or from sources in the public domain. The CCSA makes no warranties, whether express, implied, or statutory regarding or relating to the contents of this Newsletter and specifically disclaims all implied warranties, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantable quality and fitness for a particular purpose.
8 September 2011
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