Tag: emissions

  • Carbon capture projets: the top 5 secret characteristics

    Carbon capture projets: the top 5 secret characteristics

    This post explains key characteristics behind the carbon capture projects under development globally, based on data from CaptureMap

  • The biogenic CO2 breakdown: which 6 sectors have the most emissions?

    The biogenic CO2 breakdown: which 6 sectors have the most emissions?

    Large industrial plants frequently use biomass as a power source or raw material, resulting in the release of CO2 that contains carbon from the biomass. This type of CO2 is known as biogenic CO2 emissions. Unlike fossil fuel emissions that release carbon that’s been stored for millions of years, biogenic CO2 comes from recent carbon […]

  • Big role for CCUS in the iron and steel industry

    Big role for CCUS in the iron and steel industry

    The iron and steel industry plays a vital role in modern society, including the energy transition. But it also comes with significant GHG emissions. This blog post offers an overview of the industry’s production processes, including the different types of GHG emissions, and various mitigation options including the role that CCUS can take. Iron and […]

  • 8 key learnings from the latest EU ETS emission data for 2022

    8 key learnings from the latest EU ETS emission data for 2022

    The latest EU Emission Trading Scheme (ETS) data, with verified emissions for 2022, has been published early April on the EU Transaction Log. Our early analysis of the data for the power and industry sectors show a 1.4% reduction in emissions between 2021 and 2022. In this article we provide 8 key learnings based on […]

  • Interesting GHG Emission Trends for Different Industry Segments

    Interesting GHG Emission Trends for Different Industry Segments

    In Endrava, we’re passionate about greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). More specifically, cutting those emissions in the best way possible. With CaptureMap, we often get caught up in looking at sites or segments individually, but in this blog post we wanted to use the tool differently. In this article we provide an overview of CO2 emission […]