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Summit Carbon Solutions | February 10, 2022
On the heels of submitting its pipeline permit application in Iowa in late January, Summit Carbon Solutions announced that it filed its pipeline permit application with the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission Monday.
Summit's carbon capture and storage project will connect ethanol biorefineries across five states in the upper Midwest – Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota. Seven ethanol biorefineries in South Dakota have partnered with Summit al...
ICIS | February 06, 2020
China’s planned rollback of tariffs on certain imports from the US starting on 14 February will impact a number of key polymers and chemicals. China will roll back the 5-10% tariffs imposed on $75bn of US imports in the 4th round of tariffs in the US-China trade war by half to 2.5-5%. Those “part one” tariffs in the 4th round were implemented on 1 September 2019, before the phase one US-China trade deal signed on 15 January. Part two of the 4th round of tariffs never went into ...
Yahoo Finance | March 12, 2020
German chemical industry association VCI on Thursday cut its production forecast for 2020 due to coronavirus outbreak and said it did not expect the situation to improve in the first half of the year.
Production in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, which are important contributors to Germany's gross domestic product, is expected to shrink by 1.5% in 2020, VCI said. It sees revenue at last year's level of 196 billion euros and unchanged producer prices. "Weak demand ...
Kopahawakenum | April 04, 2022
The Kopahawakenum 15-Megawatt Flare Gas to Power Facility announced by SaskPower, Flying Dust First Nation, and Genalta Power, online 2023, plans to purchase Flare Gas from Proton Canada’s nearby asset, according to a letter of intent recently signed between the CEO of Genalta, Paul Miller, and the CEO of Proton, Grant Strem.
To ensure sufficient supply for the Kopahawakenum Facility, plus Proton’s own 4.2 MW Power Purchase Agreement and other off-takers, the plan is t...
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