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SABIC-M&A/SAUDI ARAMCO
RTS3DT0I
June 17, 2020
Amin H. Nasser, president and CEO of Saudi Aramco, speaks during the International Carbon Capture, Utilization...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh
Amin H. Nasser, president and CEO of Saudi Aramco, speaks during the International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia February 25, 2020. REUTERS/Ahmed Yosri
SAUDI-OIL/
RTS33JER
February 25, 2020
Amin H. Nasser, president and CEO of Saudi Aramco, speaks during the International Carbon Capture, Utilization...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh
Amin H. Nasser, president and CEO of Saudi Aramco, speaks during the International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia February 25, 2020. REUTERS/Ahmed Yosri
SAUDI-OIL/
RTS33JEL
February 25, 2020
Amin H. Nasser, president and CEO of Saudi Aramco, speaks during the International Carbon Capture, Utilization...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh
Amin H. Nasser, president and CEO of Saudi Aramco, speaks during the International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia February 25, 2020. REUTERS/Ahmed Yosri
SAUDI-OIL/
RTS33IM0
February 25, 2020
A visitor takes a selfie with Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman Al-Saud upon...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh
A visitor takes a selfie with Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman Al-Saud upon his arrival to the International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh 2020 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia February 25, 2020. REUTERS/Ahmed Yosri
SAUDI-OIL/
RTS33IKL
February 25, 2020
International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia February...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh
International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia February 25, 2020. REUTERS/Ahmed Yosri
SAUDI-OIL/
RTS33IJ3
February 25, 2020
Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman Al-Saud, United Arab Emirates' Oil Minister...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh
Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman Al-Saud, United Arab Emirates' Oil Minister Suhail Mohamed Al Mazrouei and Mohammed Sanusi Barkindo, Secretary General of OPEC seen during the opening of the International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia February 25, 2020. REUTERS/Ahmed Yosri
SAUDI-OIL/
RTS33IIX
February 25, 2020
International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia February...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh
International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia February 25, 2020. REUTERS/Ahmed Yosri
SAUDI-OIL/
RTS33IIU
February 25, 2020
Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman Al-Saud speaks during the International...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh
Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman Al-Saud speaks during the International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia February 25, 2020. REUTERS/Ahmed Yosri
SAUDI-OIL/
RTS33IID
February 25, 2020
United Arab Emirates' Oil Minister Suhail Mohamed Al Mazrouei speaks during the International Carbon...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates' Oil Minister Suhail Mohamed Al Mazrouei speaks during the International Carbon...
United Arab Emirates' Oil Minister Suhail Mohamed Al Mazrouei speaks during the International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia February 25, 2020. REUTERS/Ahmed Yosri
SAUDI-OIL/
RTS33II8
February 25, 2020
Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman Al-Saud speaks during the International...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh
Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman Al-Saud speaks during the International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia February 25, 2020. REUTERS/Ahmed Yosri
SAUDI-OIL/
RTS33II5
February 25, 2020
Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman Al-Saud, Bahraini Minister of Oil Sheikh...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh
Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman Al-Saud, Bahraini Minister of Oil Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa and Mohammed Sanusi Barkindo, Secretary General of OPEC arrive to attend the International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia February 25, 2020. REUTERS/Ahmed Yosri
SAUDI-OIL/
RTS33IES
February 25, 2020
Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman Al-Saud, Bahraini Minister of Oil Sheikh...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh
Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman Al-Saud, Bahraini Minister of Oil Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa and United Arab Emirates' Oil Minister Suhail Mohamed Al Mazrouei arrive to attend the International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2020 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia February 25, 2020. REUTERS/Ahmed Yosri
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CHINA-CEMENT
RTS2Q8X7
September 12, 2019
Carbon dioxide storage tanks are seen at a cement plant and carbon capture facility in Wuhu, Anhui province,...
Wuhu, China
Carbon dioxide storage tanks are seen at a cement plant and carbon capture facility in Wuhu
Carbon dioxide storage tanks are seen at a cement plant and carbon capture facility in Wuhu, Anhui province, China September 11, 2019. Picture taken September 11, 2019. REUTERS/David Stanway
ENVIRONMENT-CARBON/CAPTURE
RTS2HSST
May 15, 2019
Green biogel sits inside London design and architecture studio EcoLogicStudio's Photo.Synth.Etica “biocurtain”...
London, United Kingdom
A London-based design lab creates panels for a "biocurtain" that uses photosynthesis to make microalgae...
Green biogel sits inside London design and architecture studio EcoLogicStudio's Photo.Synth.Etica “biocurtain” in London, Britain May 13, 2019. Algae formed inside the "biocurtains" captures carbon dioxide from the air and emits oxygen into the atmosphere. Picture taken May 13, 2019. REUTERS/George Sargent
ENVIRONMENT-CARBON/CAPTURE
RTS2HSSS
May 15, 2019
Green biogel sits inside London design and architecture studio EcoLogicStudio's Photo.Synth.Etica "biocurtain"...
London, United Kingdom
A London-based design lab creates panels for a "biocurtain" that uses photosynthesis to make microalgae...
Green biogel sits inside London design and architecture studio EcoLogicStudio's Photo.Synth.Etica "biocurtain" in London, Britain May 13, 2019. Algae formed inside the "biocurtains" captures carbon dioxide from the air and emits oxygen into the atmosphere. Picture taken May 13, 2019. REUTERS/George Sargent
ENVIRONMENT-CARBON/CAPTURE
RTS2HSSR
May 15, 2019
Green biogel sits inside London design and architecture studio EcoLogicStudio's Photo.Synth.Etica "biocurtain"...
London, United Kingdom
A London-based design lab creates panels for a "biocurtain" that uses photosynthesis to make microalgae...
Green biogel sits inside London design and architecture studio EcoLogicStudio's Photo.Synth.Etica "biocurtain" in London, Britain May 13, 2019. Algae formed inside the "biocurtains" captures carbon dioxide from the air and emits oxygen into the atmosphere. Picture taken May 13, 2019. REUTERS/George Sargent
ENVIRONMENT-CARBON/CAPTURE
RTS2HSSQ
May 15, 2019
Green biogel sits inside London design and architecture studio EcoLogicStudio's Photo.Synth.Etica "biocurtain"...
London, United Kingdom
A London-based design lab creates panels for a "biocurtain" that uses photosynthesis to make microalgae...
Green biogel sits inside London design and architecture studio EcoLogicStudio's Photo.Synth.Etica "biocurtain" in London, Britain May 13, 2019. Algae formed inside the "biocurtains" captures carbon dioxide from the air and emits oxygen into the atmosphere. Picture taken May 13, 2019. REUTERS/George Sargent
ENVIRONMENT-CARBON/CAPTURE
RTS2HSSP
May 15, 2019
A large syringe contains green biogel which is used to fill pockets of London design and architecture...
London, United Kingdom
A London-based design lab creates panels for a "biocurtain" that uses photosynthesis to make microalgae...
A large syringe contains green biogel which is used to fill pockets of London design and architecture studio EcoLogicStudio's Photo.Synth.Etica "biocurtain" in London, Britain May 13, 2019. Algae formed inside the “biocurtains” captures CO2 from the air and emits Oxygen into the atmosphere. Picture taken May 13, 2019. REUTERS/George Sargent
ENVIRONMENT-CARBON/CAPTURE
RTS2HSSO
May 15, 2019
A large syringe contains green biogel which is used to fill pockets of London design and architecture...
London, United Kingdom
A London-based design lab creates panels for a "biocurtain" that uses photosynthesis to make microalgae...
A large syringe contains green biogel which is used to fill pockets of London design and architecture studio EcoLogicStudio's Photo.Synth.Etica “biocurtain” in London, Britain May 13, 2019. Algae formed inside the "biocurtains" captures CO2 from the air and emits Oxygen into the atmosphere. Picture taken May 13, 2019. REUTERS/George Sargent
ENVIRONMENT-CARBON/CAPTURE
RTS2HSSN
May 15, 2019
Green biogel sits inside London design and architecture studio EcoLogicStudio's Photo.Synth.Etica "biocurtain"...
London, United Kingdom
A London-based design lab creates panels for a "biocurtain" that uses photosynthesis to make microalgae...
Green biogel sits inside London design and architecture studio EcoLogicStudio's Photo.Synth.Etica "biocurtain" in London, Britain May 13, 2019. Algae formed inside the "biocurtains" captures carbon dioxide from the air and emits oxygen into the atmosphere. Picture taken May 13, 2019. REUTERS/George Sargent
JAPAN-CARBON/STORAGE
RTX5SZ2O
April 19, 2018
Stacks on the main carbon dioxide removal equipment are shown at the Tomakomai carbon, capture and storage...
Tomakomai, Japan
Stacks on main CO2 removal equipment are shown at Tomakomai CCS test site in Tomakomai
Stacks on the main carbon dioxide removal equipment are shown at the Tomakomai carbon, capture and storage (CCS) test site in Tomakomai, Hokkaido prefecture, Japan March 22, 2018. Picture taken March 22, 2018. REUTERS/Aaron Sheldrick
JAPAN-CARBON/STORAGE
RTX5SZ2L
April 19, 2018
A pipe for transporting carbon dioxide to removal equipment is shown at the Tomakomai carbon, capture...
Tomakomai, Japan
Pipe for tranporting CO2 pictured at CCS test site in Tomakomai
A pipe for transporting carbon dioxide to removal equipment is shown at the Tomakomai carbon, capture and storage (CCS) test site in Tomakomai, Hokkaido prefecture, Japan March 22, 2018. Picture taken on March 22, 2018. REUTERS/Aaron Sheldrick
NORWAY-BUDGET/CARBONCAPTURE
RTS1JCK9
November 10, 2017
A view of the Norway's state-owned carbon capture technology company in Porsgrunn, Norway August 9, 2017....
PORSGRUNN, Norway
A view of the Norway's state-owned carbon capture technology company in Porsgrunn
A view of the Norway's state-owned carbon capture technology company in Porsgrunn, Norway August 9, 2017. Picture taken August 9, 2017. REUTERS/Lefteris Karagiannopoulos
NORWAYÐBUDGET/CARBONCAPTURE
RTS1JCJ0
November 10, 2017
A view of the Norway's state-owned carbon capture technology company in Porsgrunn, Norway August 9, 2017....
PORSGRUNN, Norway
A view of the Norway's state-owned carbon capture technology company in Porsgrunn
A view of the Norway's state-owned carbon capture technology company in Porsgrunn, Norway August 9, 2017. Picture taken August 9, 2017. REUTERS/Lefteris Karagiannopoulos
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CARBONCAPTURE C
RTSIPY6
July 19, 2016
Flow diagram describing how carbon capture technology works.
Carbon capture technology EPS C
Flow diagram describing how carbon capture technology works.
CLIMATECHANGE-TRASH/
RTX23XE1
January 25, 2016
A general view of the Klemetsrud incinerator in Oslo, Norway, January 25, 2016. Oslo's main waste incinerator...
Oslo, Norway
A general view of the Klemetsrud incinerator in Oslo
A general view of the Klemetsrud incinerator in Oslo, Norway, January 25, 2016. Oslo's main waste incinerator began the world's first experiment to capture carbon dioxide from the fumes of burning rubbish on Monday, hoping to develop technology to enlist the world's trash in slowing global warming. REUTERS/Alister Doyle
CLIMATECHANGE-TRASH/
RTX23XDY
January 25, 2016
A general view of the Klemetsrud incinerator in Oslo, Norway, January 25, 2016. Oslo's main waste incinerator...
Oslo, Norway
A general view of the Klemetsrud incinerator in Oslo
A general view of the Klemetsrud incinerator in Oslo, Norway, January 25, 2016. Oslo's main waste incinerator began the world's first experiment to capture carbon dioxide from the fumes of burning rubbish on Monday, hoping to develop technology to enlist the world's trash in slowing global warming. REUTERS/Alister Doyle
CLIMATECHANGE-TRASH/
RTX23XDV
January 25, 2016
Oslo Mayor Marianne Borgen (R) and city council members Geir Lippestad (L) and Lan Marie Nguyen Berg...
Oslo, Norway
Oslo Mayor Borgen and city council members Lippestad and Nguyen Berg start the Klemetsrud incinerator...
Oslo Mayor Marianne Borgen (R) and city council members Geir Lippestad (L) and Lan Marie Nguyen Berg (C) start the Klemetsrud incinerator in Oslo, Norway, January 25, 2016. Oslo's main waste incinerator began the world's first experiment to capture carbon dioxide from the fumes of burning rubbish on Monday, hoping to develop technology to enlist the world's trash in slowing global warming. REUTERS/Alister Doyle
SHELL-CANADA/PRESIDENT
RTS7GC8
November 16, 2015
Shell Canada President Lorraine Mitchelmore, speaks at the launch of the company?s new carbon capture...
FORT SASKATCHEWAN, Canada
Shell Canada President Lorraine Mitchelmore, speaks at the launch of the company?s new carbon capture...
Shell Canada President Lorraine Mitchelmore, speaks at the launch of the company?s new carbon capture and storage project in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta November 6, 2015. Mitchelmore will be stepping down at the end of this year, less than one month after the company cancelled a major oil sands project in northern Alberta. Picture takend November 6, 2015. REUTERS/Mike De Souza
SHELL-CANADA/PRESIDENT
RTS7GBT
November 16, 2015
Shell Canada President Lorraine Mitchelmore, speaks at the launch of the company?s new carbon capture...
FORT SASKATCHEWAN, Canada
Shell Canada President Lorraine Mitchelmore, speaks at the launch of the company?s new carbon capture...
Shell Canada President Lorraine Mitchelmore, speaks at the launch of the company?s new carbon capture and storage project in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta November 6, 2015. Mitchelmore will be stepping down at the end of this year, less than one month after the company cancelled a major oil sands project in northern Alberta. Picture takend November 6, 2015. REUTERS/Mike De Souza
SHELL-CANADA/
RTX1V3FA
November 06, 2015
Royal Dutch Shell Plc Chief Executive Ben van Beurden speaks to reporters during the launch of Shell's...
FORT SASKATCHEWAN, Canada
Royal Dutch Shell Plc Chief Executive Ben van Beurden speaks to reporters during the launch of Shell's...
Royal Dutch Shell Plc Chief Executive Ben van Beurden speaks to reporters during the launch of Shell's new carbon capture and storage project in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta November 6, 2015. The U.S. Reaction of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline was driven by protesters who are increasingly frustrated with inaction on climate change, van Beurden said Friday. REUTERS/Mike De Souza
GERMANY/
RTR2GEPM
July 14, 2010
German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen (L) and Economics Minister Rainer Bruederle present a law...
Berlin, Germany
German Environment Minister Roettgen and Economics Minister Bruederle present a law proposal for Carbon...
German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen (L) and Economics Minister Rainer Bruederle present a law proposal for Carbon capture and storage (CCS) during a news conference in Berlin, July 14, 2010. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY/
RTR2GENO
July 14, 2010
German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen presents a law proposal for Carbon capture and storage (CCS)...
Berlin, Germany
German Environment Minister Roettgen presents law proposal for Carbon capture and storage during news...
German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen presents a law proposal for Carbon capture and storage (CCS) during a news conference in the economy ministry in Berlin, July 14, 2010. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY/
RTR2GENL
July 14, 2010
German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen presents a law proposal for Carbon capture and storage (CCS)...
Berlin, Germany
German Environment Minister Roettgen presents law proposal for Carbon capture and storage during news...
German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen presents a law proposal for Carbon capture and storage (CCS) during a news conference in the economy ministry in Berlin, July 14, 2010. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY/
RTR2GELU
July 14, 2010
German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen (L) and Economics Minister Rainer Bruederle present a law...
Berlin, Germany
German Environment Minister Roettgen and Economics Minister Bruederle present a law proposal for Carbon...
German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen (L) and Economics Minister Rainer Bruederle present a law proposal for Carbon capture and storage (CCS) during a news conference in Berlin, July 14, 2010. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY/
RTR2GELQ
July 14, 2010
German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen (L) and Economics Minister Rainer Bruederle present a law...
Berlin, Germany
German Environment Minister Roettgen and Economics Minister Bruederle present a law proposal for Carbon...
German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen (L) and Economics Minister Rainer Bruederle present a law proposal for Carbon capture and storage (CCS) during a news conference in Berlin, July 14, 2010. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
USA-CARBON/
RTXQV9P
November 18, 2009
The American Electric Power Company's cooling tower at their Mountaineer plant is shown in New Haven,...
New Haven, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-CARBON/COAL
The American Electric Power Company's cooling tower at their Mountaineer plant is shown in New Haven, West Virginia October 27, 2009. A looming government clampdown on CO2 emissions is about to confront an already embattled U.S. coal power industry with two stark options: capture carbon or die. Legislation from Congress or tough new regulatory demands could make it costly to spew greenhouse gases, posing a serious threat to the nation's coal-fired power plants. Picture taken October 27, 2009. To match feature USA-CARBON/COAL REUTERS/Ayesha Rascoe (UNITED STATES ENERGY POLITICS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
CHINA-CARBON/CAPTURE
RTXQBZ0
November 04, 2009
Workers sort plastic bottles at a recycling centre in Ningbo, Zhejiang province November 4, 2009. China,...
Ningbo, China
Workers sort plastic bottles at a recycling centre in Ningbo
Workers sort plastic bottles at a recycling centre in Ningbo, Zhejiang province November 4, 2009. China, the world's top emitter of greenhouse gases, is aiming for many more years of rapid growth fuelled by coal as its main energy source. REUTERS/Steven Shi (CHINA ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-CARBON/CAPTURE
RTXQBYZ
November 04, 2009
A worker dumps plastic bottles at a recycling centre in Ningbo, Zhejiang province November 4, 2009. China,...
Ningbo, China
A worker dumps plastic bottles at a recycling centre in Ningbo
A worker dumps plastic bottles at a recycling centre in Ningbo, Zhejiang province November 4, 2009. China, the world's top emitter of greenhouse gases, is aiming for many more years of rapid growth fuelled by coal as its main energy source. REUTERS/Steven Shi (CHINA ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA-CLIMATE/EMISSIONS
RTXQ4AU
October 29, 2009
A man rides his bicycle past the chimneys of a power station located on the outskirts of Beijing October...
Beijing, China
A man rides his bicycle past the chimneys of a power station located on the outskirts of Beijing
A man rides his bicycle past the chimneys of a power station located on the outskirts of Beijing October 29, 2009. China is on track to build its first commercial-scale power plant that can capture and store emissions, but experts say it must speed up research on where and how to sequester carbon. China is the world's biggest emitter of the greenhouse gasses that cause global warming and is under increasing pressure to agree to curb output. But coal is China's most plentiful domestic source of energy, and the government hopes for decades of rapid economic expansion to lift millions more from poverty, so capturing and storing carbon dioxide is likely to be crucial to any reduction. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
CHINA-CLIMATE/EMISSIONS
RTXQ4AS
October 29, 2009
A man rides his bicycle past the chimneys of a power station located on the outskirts of Beijing October...
Beijing, China
A man rides his bicycle past the chimneys of a power station located on the outskirts of Beijing
A man rides his bicycle past the chimneys of a power station located on the outskirts of Beijing October 29, 2009. China is on track to build its first commercial-scale power plant that can capture and store emissions, but experts say it must speed up research on where and how to sequester carbon. China is the world's biggest emitter of the greenhouse gasses that cause global warming and is under increasing pressure to agree to curb output. But coal is China's most plentiful domestic source of energy, and the government hopes for decades of rapid economic expansion to lift millions more from poverty, so capturing and storing carbon dioxide is likely to be crucial to any reduction. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
CHINA-CLIMATE/EMISSIONS
RTXQ4AR
October 29, 2009
A woman rides her bicycle past the chimneys of a power station located on the outskirts of Beijing October...
Beijing, China
A woman rides her bicycle past the chimneys of a power station located on the outskirts of Beijing
A woman rides her bicycle past the chimneys of a power station located on the outskirts of Beijing October 29, 2009. China is on track to build its first commercial-scale power plant that can capture and store emissions, but experts say it must speed up research on where and how to sequester carbon. China is the world's biggest emitter of the greenhouse gasses that cause global warming and is under increasing pressure to agree to curb output. But coal is China's most plentiful domestic source of energy, and the government hopes for decades of rapid economic expansion to lift millions more from poverty, so capturing and storing carbon dioxide is likely to be crucial to any reduction. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
CHINA-CLIMTE/EMISSIONS
RTXQ4AQ
October 29, 2009
Street cleaners ride their motorised tricycles past the chimneys of a power station located on the outskirts...
Beijing, China
Street cleaners ride their motorised tricycles past the chimneys of a power station located on the outskirts...
Street cleaners ride their motorised tricycles past the chimneys of a power station located on the outskirts of Beijing October 29, 2009. China is on track to build its first commercial-scale power plant that can capture and store emissions, but experts say it must speed up research on where and how to sequester carbon. China is the world's biggest emitter of the greenhouse gasses that cause global warming and is under increasing pressure to agree to curb output. But coal is China's most plentiful domestic source of energy, and the government hopes for decades of rapid economic expansion to lift millions more from poverty, so capturing and storing carbon dioxide is likely to be crucial to any reduction. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA/
RTXPMWJ
October 14, 2009
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (L) and Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach announce the construction...
Edmonton, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Harper and Alberta Premier Stelmach announce the construction of a carbon capture...
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (L) and Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach announce the construction of a carbon capture and storage project at the TransAlta Reclaimation Centre, about 90 km (56 miles) west of Edmonton October 14, 2009. REUTERS/Dan Riedlhuber (CANADA POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
CANADA/
RTXPMWE
October 14, 2009
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (L) and Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach announce the construction...
Edmonton, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Harper and Alberta Premier Stelmach announce the construction of a carbon capture...
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (L) and Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach announce the construction of a carbon capture and storage project at the TransAlta Reclaimation Centre, about 90 km (56 miles) west of Edmonton October 14, 2009. REUTERS/Dan Riedlhuber (CANADA POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
CANADA/
RTXPMWB
October 14, 2009
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper announces the construction of a carbon capture and storage project...
Edmonton, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper announces the construction of a carbon capture and storage project...
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper announces the construction of a carbon capture and storage project at the TransAlta Reclaimation Centre, about 90 km (56 miles) west of Edmonton October 14, 2009. REUTERS/Dan Riedlhuber (CANADA POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
CANADA/
RTXPMW7
October 14, 2009
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (2nd L) goes over plans for a carbon capture process with Steve...
Edmonton, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper goes over plans for a carbon capture process at the TransAlta...
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (2nd L) goes over plans for a carbon capture process with Steve Snyder (L), president and CEO of TransAlta, Ed Stelmach (3rd L), Premier of Alberta, and Jamie Hodel, TransAlta's project engineer at the TransAlta Reclaimation Centre, about 90 km (56 miles) west of Edmonton October 14, 2009. REUTERS/Dan Riedlhuber (CANADA POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
CANADA/
RTXPMW5
October 14, 2009
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (2nd L) goes over plans for a carbon capture process with Steve...
Edmonton, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper goes over plans for a carbon capture process at the TransAlta...
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (2nd L) goes over plans for a carbon capture process with Steve Snyder (L), president and CEO of TransAlta, Ed Stelmach (3rd L), Premier of Alberta, and Jamie Hodel, TransAlta's project engineer at the TransAlta Reclaimation Centre, about 90 km (56 miles) west of Edmonton October 14, 2009. REUTERS/Dan Riedlhuber (CANADA POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
INDIA-CLIMATE/
RTR269R7
July 31, 2009
Jairam Ramesh, India's environment minister, speaks during a news conference in New Delhi July 31, 2009....
New Delhi, India
Ramesh, India's environment minister, speaks during news conference in New Delhi
Jairam Ramesh, India's environment minister, speaks during a news conference in New Delhi July 31, 2009. India will spend some $200 million to protect its forests and will announce how much carbon emission is being captured by its green cover, the environment minister said on Friday. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIA POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA/
RTXJ56C
May 19, 2009
EU Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs attends a news conference in Melbourne May 19, 2009. Australia...
Melbourne, Australia
EU Energy Commissioner Piebalgs attends a news conference in Melbourne
EU Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs attends a news conference in Melbourne May 19, 2009. Australia and the European Commission signed on Tuesday a memorandum of understanding formally acknowledging the European Commission as a foundation member of the Global Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Institute. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA ENERGY POLITICS HEADSHOT)
AUSTRALIA/
RTXJ54C
May 19, 2009
EU Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs attends a news conference in Melbourne May 19, 2009. Australia...
Melbourne, Australia
EU Energy Commissioner Piebalgs attends a news conference in Melbourne
EU Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs attends a news conference in Melbourne May 19, 2009. Australia and the European Commission signed on Tuesday a memorandum of understanding formally acknowledging the European Commission as a foundation member of the Global Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Institute. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA ENERGY POLITICS HEADSHOT)
AUSTRALIA/
RTXJ529
May 19, 2009
EU Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs gestures during a news conference in Melbourne May 19, 2009. Australia...
Melbourne, Australia
EU Energy Commissioner Piebalgs gestures during a news conference in Melbourne
EU Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs gestures during a news conference in Melbourne May 19, 2009. Australia and the European Commission signed on Tuesday a memorandum of understanding formally acknowledging the European Commission as a foundation member of the Global Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Institute. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA ENERGY POLITICS HEADSHOT)
AUSTRALIA/
RTXJ50D
May 19, 2009
EU Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs (L) and Australia's Minister for Resources and Energy Martin Ferguson...
Melbourne, Australia
EU Energy Commissioner Piebalgs and Australia's Minister for Energy Ferguson answer questions at a news...
EU Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs (L) and Australia's Minister for Resources and Energy Martin Ferguson (R) answer questions at a news conference in Melbourne May 19, 2009. Australia and the European Commission signed on Tuesday a memorandum of understanding formally acknowledging the European Commission as a foundation member of the Global Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Institute. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA ENERGY POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA/
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May 19, 2009
EU Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs (L) and Australia's Minister for Resources and Energy Martin Ferguson...
Melbourne, Australia
EU Energy Commissioner Piebalgs and Australia's Minister for Energy Ferguson pose for a photograph after...
EU Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs (L) and Australia's Minister for Resources and Energy Martin Ferguson pose for a photograph after a meeting in Melbourne May 19, 2009. Australia and the European Commission signed on Tuesday a memorandum of understanding formally acknowledging the European Commission as a foundation member of the Global Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Institute. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA ENERGY POLITICS)
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October 07, 2008
EU/CAPTURE - 3D diagram explaining the technique of carbon capture and storage which are to be encouraged...
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EU/CAPTURE - 3D diagram explaining the technique of carbon capture and storage which are to be encouraged by new EU CO2 emissions legislation on Tuesday. RNGS. (SIN08)
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September 09, 2008
A protestor demonstrates before the first official run of the mini plant "Schwarze Pumpe" in Spremberg,...
SPREMBERG, Germany
A protestor demonstrates before the first official run of the mini plant "Schwarze Pumpe" in Spremberg...
A protestor demonstrates before the first official run of the mini plant "Schwarze Pumpe" in Spremberg, September 9, 2008. Vattenfall's CO2-free power plant is a pilot project for carbon capture and storage (CCS) - the first power plant in the world that will take the toxic emissions from coal and bury them deep in the ground. Words read: "Vattenfall Stop! Save Climate". REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX8L41
September 09, 2008
Lars Josefsson, CEO of the Swedish state-owned utility company Vattenfall, talks to journalists before...
SPREMBERG, Germany
Josefsson, CEO of the Swedish state-owned utility company Vattenfall, talks to journalists before the...
Lars Josefsson, CEO of the Swedish state-owned utility company Vattenfall, talks to journalists before the first official run of the mini plant "Schwarze Pumpe" in Spremberg, September 9, 2008. Vattenfall's CO2-free power plant is a pilot project for carbon capture and storage (CCS) - the first power plant in the world that will take the toxic emissions from coal and bury them deep in the ground. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
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September 09, 2008
Lars Josefsson, CEO of the Swedish state-owned utility company Vattenfall, talks to journalists before...
SPREMBERG, Germany
Josefsson, CEO of the Swedish state-owned utility company Vattenfall, talks to journalists before the...
Lars Josefsson, CEO of the Swedish state-owned utility company Vattenfall, talks to journalists before the first official run of the mini plant "Schwarze Pumpe" in Spremberg, September 9, 2008. Vattenfall's CO2-free power plant is a pilot project for carbon capture and storage (CCS) - the first power plant in the world that will take the toxic emissions from coal and bury them deep in the ground. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
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September 09, 2008
Workers pose for media at a truck before the first official run of the mini plant "Schwarze Pumpe" in...
SPREMBERG, Germany
A workers pose for media at a truck before the first official run of the mini plant "Schwarze Pumpe"...
Workers pose for media at a truck before the first official run of the mini plant "Schwarze Pumpe" in Spremberg, September 9, 2008. Vattenfall's CO2-free power plant is a pilot project for carbon capture and storage (CCS) - the first power plant in the world that will take the toxic emissions from coal and bury them deep in the ground. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX8L3T
September 09, 2008
A flexible tube for CO2 is connected to a truck before the first official run of the mini plant "Schwarze...
SPREMBERG, Germany
A flexible tube for CO2 is connected to a truck before the first official run of the mini plant "Schwarze...
A flexible tube for CO2 is connected to a truck before the first official run of the mini plant "Schwarze Pumpe" in Spremberg, September 9, 2008. Vattenfall's CO2-free power plant is a pilot project for carbon capture and storage (CCS) - the first power plant in the world that will take the toxic emissions from coal and bury them deep in the ground. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
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