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February 3, 2021

Carbon Engineering signs agreement for commercial-scale direct air capture facility

Oxy Low Carbon Ventures and private equity firm Rusheen Capital Management have formed a development company to finance and deploy Carbon Engineering’s direct air capture (DAC) technology at a commercial scale.

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February 3, 2021

Carbon Engineering’s Licenses To Print Money

Carbon Sequestration-as-a-Service (CSaaS) can make “Carbon-free Shopping” as ubiquitous as “Free Shipping” is today, but to do so, a lot of infrastructure needs to get built. The football field-sized plants that pull CO2 out of the air for sequestration or reuse air don’t appear with the wave of a hand.

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February 3, 2021

United Airlines invests in carbon-capture project to be 100% green by 2050

The project, 1PointFive, is a partnership between Occidental Petroleum Corp subsidiary Oxy Low Carbon Ventures and Rusheen Capital Management that plans to build the first U.S. industrial-sized direct air capture plant that would permanently sequester 1 million tons of CO2 each year.

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May 15, 2020

New Energy out of Thin Air

Co2 is among the most destructive forces. But 'Carbon engineering' may revolutionise our way of dealing with emissions by filtering Co2 from the air and turning it into a new source of energy.

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October 8, 2019

Carbon Engineering – Taking CO2 Right Out Of The Air To Make Gasoline

If you could then make gasoline, diesel, or jet fuel from it, then you’d kill two birds with one stone. That stone is Carbon Engineering.

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September 2, 2019

Carbon capture: What you need to know about catching CO2 to fight climate change

If global warming is caused by too much carbon dioxide being released into the atmosphere by human activities, intercepting those greenhouse gases before they reach the atmosphere — or, better yet, sucking them right out of the sky — sounds like a logical solution.

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March 24, 2019

Climate change fears spur investment in carbon capture technology

Climate change fears spur investment in carbon capture technology Trio of start-ups attract capital and attention, despite high cost and limited commercial markets. In the foothills of the Swiss alps, a giant set of industrial fans whirring loudly on the roof of a waste incinerator hardly resembles an invention that could save the planet.

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December 12, 2018

Carbon Engineering thanks partners and vendors for continued collaboration

With the recent publication of our Direct Air Capture (DAC) cost analysis paper behind us, we wanted to provide an update on some of the work that takes place behind the scenes at our pilot plant in Squamish, B.C.

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