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Carbon capture is already making a difference

By Aaron Padilla The Washington Post, Oct. 28, 2022   The Oct. 16 Business article “Cash for carbon capture is gift to Big Oil, climate experts say” was misguided in its criticisms of the new carbon capture tax incentives in the Inflation Reduction Act. The reality is that the potential of carbon capture is already […]

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Manufacturing industry expands after years of layoffs

By Stephanie Haines News Nation Now, Oct. 21, 2022   In the heart of north Texas, Made in America is a daily ritual.   Heather Kincannon is a group leader in quality at General Motors’ Arlington Assembly Plant, GM’s bustling plant that has produced more than 12 million vehicles since it opened in 1954.   […]

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Carbon-Capture Projects Are Taking Off. Here’s How They Stash the Greenhouse Gas

By Eric Nilier The Wall Street Journal, Oct. 28, 2022 Excerpt:  Sixty-five miles off the coastal Norwegian city of Bergen, a drilling rig is punching through layers of mud and rock below the North Sea. The energy firms behind the rig aren’t prospecting for oil or gas. They are searching for a place to stash […]

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PODCAST: Catching Carbon with special guest Bobby Tudor

CNC Advisory Board Member and CEO of Artemis Energy Bobby Tudor joined the Catching Carbon podcast to discuss our coalition’s goal of making Texas carbon neutral by 2050. Tudor notes the involvement of stakeholders from all sectors, from landowners to legislators. To achieve such goals, the state will need an “all hands on deck” approach and […]

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Carbon-Capture Projects Are Taking Off. Here’s How They Stash the Greenhouse Gas.

By Eric Niiler The Wall Street Journal, Oct. 28, 2022   Companies are developing technologies to store carbon underground and undersea for decades or longer   Initiatives like Northern Lights aim to lock away industrial emissions of carbon dioxide before they reach the atmosphere. Others use giant fans to suck in outside air and filter […]

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Apple calls on global supply chain to decarbonize by 2030

Press release – Apple   The company accelerates work with suppliers to decarbonize Apple-related production, and expands investments in clean energy and climate solutions around the world   Apple today called on its global supply chain to take new steps to address their greenhouse gas emissions and take a comprehensive approach to decarbonization. The company […]

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Houston’s petrochemical industry is making a massive shift in response to 2022’s curveballs. Is it ready?

By Amanda Drane The Houston Chronicle, Oct. 25, 2022   The good news is the petrochemical industry, flush with cash from soaring commodity prices elevated by the pandemic and the war in Ukraine, has a strong financial footing as it heads into 2023. The bad news is it faces a bevy of new obstacles that […]

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We Need to go back to ‘drill baby drill’: Energy Expert Jay Young, CEO, King Operating

Fox Business, Oct. 26, 2022   C3 Solutions Vice President of Public Policy Nic Loris and King Operating Corporation President Jay Young discuss low U.S. diesel supply and it could cripple the economy on ‘The Evening Edit.’ Watch the latest video at foxbusiness.com

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CNC Launches TV Ad Campaign: Texas Must Lead the Way

30-second Ad to Run in 14 Media Markets Across Texas   AUSTIN – The Carbon Neutral Coalition (CNC) is launching a 30-second television ad across 14 media markets in Texas. The ad, entitled “Texas Must Lead the Way,” focuses on Biden administration’s attack on the Lone Star State’s fossil fuel industry, and states that Texas […]

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Chevron chief blames western governments for energy crunch

By Derek Brower The Financial Times, Oct. 12, 2022   Western governments have made a global oil and gas crunch worse by “doubling down” on climate policies that will make energy markets “more volatile, more unpredictable, more chaotic”, the head of US supermajor Chevron has warned.   Mike Wirth, Chevron’s chief executive, said a premature […]

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The Hydrogen Economy

Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage: Incentives