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Based on data from the Global CCS Institute, analysis also indicates which countries are leaders in this process Worldwide, 174 Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) facilities or projects now exist. This number breaks down into 51 facilities in operation; 18...
Analysis of patient blood serums and simulations regarding epidemics and the economy are involved in these initiatives Researchers from the FAPESP Shell Research Centre for Gas Innovation (RCGI) are contributing to the fight against Covid-19 in Brazil, by coordinating projects...
Researchers assess the best processes for the use of carbon dioxide by the chemical industry The use of carbon dioxide (CO2) as a raw material for manufacturing chemical products is one of the possibilities being studied for mitigating the effects...
Scientists measure oxygen flows and concentrations that the equipment is able to provide to patients at different respiratory rates The battle against Covid-19 involves a number of researchers, teams, and laboratories throughout the country, but not even the Coordinator of...
Universities of Princeton, in the U.S., and of Queensland, in Australia, will be partners of the Brazilian institution; proposals focus on energy transition Two important collaboration projects between the FAPESP Shell Research Centre for Gas Innovation (RCGI – FAPESP 2014/50279-4)...
Access the statement (in Portuguese) from the Provost of USP on the new measures taken.  ...
Event held in partnership with the petroleum company Repsol Sinopec Brasil unites experts around subjects related to carbon capture In search of ideas for new research projects, in light of the challenges found in carbon capture and the transition to...
These are records of underwater noise made by moving plumes of bubbles, in order to acoustically monitor possible gas leaks rising from the ocean floor In order to acoustically monitor gas leaks from the ocean floor, at several thousand meters...
At an event organized by the Brazil Energy Transition Group, a European researcher focused on the possibilities raised by energy transition, and a Brazilian scientist spelled out the advances in second-generation ethanol production in Brazil Professor Andre Faaij, from the...
Canada is the fourth largest producer of natural gas in the world and the fifth largest exporter; the Centre’s Director for Diffusion of Knowledge foresees possibilities for collaboration On December 4, the FAPESP Shell Research Centre for Gas Innovation (RCGI)...