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VIDEO: GLDD partners up with coastal CO2 capture project

Could carbon-removing sand help slow climate change? Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation (NASDAQ: GLDD), the largest provider of dredging services in the U.S., could play a part in making that happen.

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VIDEO: MHI and TotalEnergies in liquefied CO2 carrier project

With increasing attention being paid to carbon capture as means of combating climate change, the question that arises is “what do you do with the carbon, once it’s captured?” Whatever its destination,

CO2 capture unit hoisted aboard ship

K Line ship is first to be fitted with CO2 capture plant

The first vessel to be installed with a CO2 capture plant to lower GHG emissions from its propulsion plant is a Japanese coal carrier, the Corona Utility, operated by Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha

Alfa Laval says René Diks, Head of Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems at Alfa Laval: “The positive results from our project with NMRI Japan show that scrubber technology could also play a role in removing carbon at sea.”

Project shows scrubbers could play a role in carbon capture at sea

Alfa Laval and Japan’s National Maritime Research Institute (NMRI) have been testing onboard carbon capture and storage using an exhaust gas cleaning system. The CO2 capture testing project was designed to provide

Liquified carbon dioxide transporter

Wärtsilä develops solution for transporting captured carbon

Capturing and storing CO2 is an important strategy in efforts to reduce global CO2 emissions. But how do you get the captured carbon to where you store it? Wärtsilä has been working

Wärtsilä sees potential for scrubbers to be used for onboard carbon capture

Could scrubbers do more than remove sulfur from ships’ exhaust emissions? Sigurd Jenssen, Director, Exhaust Treatment at Wärtsilä, thinks so. He sees the potential for exhaust gas abatement systems to directly tackle

VIDEO: “Future Funnel” aims to be future-proof emissions solution

A spinoff from the Lysaker, Norway, headquartered TECO Group has launched a ship exhaust stack based marine emissions reduction system called the TECO 2030 Future Funnel. The solution has been developed to

Japan to trial world’s first ship-based CO2 capture system

The idea of using on-board carbon capture to reduce CO2 emissions from ships is starting to move beyond the realms of theoretical speculation. A project backed by the Maritime Bureau of Japan’s

U.K. project looks at potential of carbon capture for shipping

The U.K.’s Department for Transport is funding a project that will evaluate the potential for using carbon capture to reduce CO2 emissions from shipping. The funding has been awarded Chester, U.K., based