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Why Big Tech Is Throwing $1 Billion to Suck CO2 From the Air
Why Shopify, Stripe, Alphabet, Meta, and McKinsey Sustainability are pledging to spend nearly $1 billion on carbon removal
Billions of dollars are coming for carbon capture projects, but they're not all created equally
The I-10 interstate corridor that passes through Mobile, Alabama, New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana and on past Houston, Texas is one of the major arteries of the petrochemical industry. Chemical companies from dozens of countries have plants along the interstate and oil companies including Exxon, Chevron, Occidental Petroleum, Saudi Aramco and others all have refineries dotting the Gulf Coast off of the highway. It's along this stretch of land that the U.S.-based oil industry hopes to buil
CarbonCapture Selects Fluor as Project Bison's Engineering and Integration Services Firm
LOS ANGELES, October 27, 2022--CarbonCapture Inc. announces Fluor Corporation will provide engineering and project integration services for atmospheric CO2 removal facility in WY.
Climate tech to save the planet: Out of thin air
Can carbon capture scale up?
Heirloom Startup Helps Minerals Absorb CO2 In Days Instead Of Years
The primary input, limestone, costs $10-50 per ton.