Russian scientists developed new method for breaking oil-water emulsions

The scientists from the V.I. Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) developed a new method for breaking field oil-water emulsions into water and oil without specialised chemical agents. It helps to receive feedstock for downstream refining or for sales. The research outcomes are published in the Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering.

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Innovation in CCUS: non-amine solvent for absorbing CO2

The C-Capture company developed a non-amine solvent for carbon dioxide absorption allowing for increasing energy efficiency of CO2 capturing process. The innovation will be tested within XLR8 CCS project currently being implemented by C-Capture jointly with Wood engineering company, cement manufacturer Hanson Cement, glass processer Glass Futures, and Bioenergy Infrastructure Group specialising in electricity generation from waste and biomass.

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India accelerated commissioning of renewables

In 2022, India commissioned 13,956 gigawatts (MW) of wind turbines and 1,847 MW of solar panels. Compared to 2021, the figures increased by 17.5% and 26.6% respectively. Last year, the capacity of all types of renewable energy sources (RES), with the exception of large hydroelectric power plants (HPPs), reached 120.9 GW. Of these, solar power plants (SPPs) accounted for 52%, and wind farms for 35% (the share of small hydropower plants and biomass installations is 4% and 9% respectively, according to JMK Research).

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