Wood has been given a contract by the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative Climate Investments to provide conceptual engineering for its gas power and industrial carbon capture conceptual design work.
Microbial technology developed by Kiwa Bio-Tech has been selected by the Guangdong provincial government for an Aquaculture project in Guangdong, China.
The Canadian government is investing up to US$2.7 million to help ZooShare Biogas add new digester technology to its existing biogas plant in Toronto.
A new research project is exploring ammonia’s potential as a sustainable fuel and a good solution for “storing” green power from wind turbines and solar cells.
The study by Filkin and Co. concluded that polyhalite mined at ICL Boulby in the UK has a smaller carbon footprint than other fertilizers.
BASF are pursuing an ambitious Carbon Management programme, with R&D activities opening up new possibilities. The Research Press Conference presents four groundbreaking projects for CO2-reduced future production processes.
The industry body has released its Vision report outlining the pathway for the evolution of the European fertilizer industry to 2030.
The cap is intended to promote the use of organic fertilizers and reduce health and environmental risks.
The phosphate-based fertilizer producer has been recognised for its health, safety and environment practices.
EuroChem Group AG, a leading global fertilizer producer, has received the International Fertilizer Association (IFA) Excellence Gold Medal for its efforts in advancing safety, health, and environment (SHE) issues.
The paper, published in Nature Sustainability, states the case for national governments requiring manufacturers to sell nitrogen fertilizer with compounds that increase efficiency and reduce pollution.
ExxonMobil Catalysts and Licensing LLC and BASF Corporation are conducting a full scale commercial demonstration of a new gas treating solvent at Imperial Oil’s Sarnia Refinery.