Mining Tech / Carbon Capture

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 By K. Warner    Mining Tech
Tall industrial smoke stacks create a cloud of emissions at sunset.

Cheaper, safer industrial carbon capture

College of Science researchers at Oregon State University have demonstrated an improved carbon capture method using an inexpensive nanomaterial made from aluminum to scrub carbon dioxide from industrial... — Updated 7/25/2023

 
 By K. Warner    Mining Tech
Aerial view of rock crushing and screen operation at a quarry in Cyprus.

Destigmatizing tailings in carbon capture

Global electrification of an extensive amount of industrial processes necessitates a counterbalance to the wave of new mining required for the electric vehicles and renewable energy infrastructure to meet... — Updated 4/16/2023 Full story

 
Musk Foundation $100 million XPRIZE carbon sequestration technologies.

Carbon capture mining tech wins XPRIZE

A mine that could suck billions of tons of carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and turn it to stone while also producing the nickel, cobalt, and other metals needed for zero-emissions electric vehicles... — Updated 4/16/2023 Full story

 
University of Texas Research scientist Estibalitz Ukar sitting on a rock.

Groundbreaking CO2 capture mining tech

University of Texas scientists develop CO2-injection tech that breaks rocks and stores carbon. University of Texas at Austin researchers may have made a literal groundbreaking discovery for mining the... — Updated 3/28/2023 Full story

 
Trail CCUS pilot plant will tie into the refinery’s No. 2 sulfuric acid plant.

Teck to capture CO2 at Trail Operations

As part of the goal to reduce the carbon intensity of its operations 33% by 2030 and reach net-zero carbon dioxide emissions by 2050, Teck Resources Ltd. is carrying out a carbon capture utilization and... — Updated 7/12/2022

 
Tube filled with reactive tailings material being injected with CO2 exhaust.

FPX Nickel looks beyond net-zero carbon

Recent lab tests carried out by researchers from the University of British Columbia indicate that a nickel mine at FPX Nickel Corp.'s Baptiste project in central British Columbia could absorb more carbon... — Updated 7/12/2022

 

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