Distilleries are large users of energy, with all aspects of the Energy Trilemma (security of supply, energy cost and carbon emissions) becoming increasingly more prominent.
The UK is committed to Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) as a key part of its carbon reduction efforts. There has been a long history of early stage CCS projects in the UK, but converting these into operational projects has proved a challenge.
Regional business plan uses Teesside’s historic pipe network to channel CO2 into huge storage facilities in the North Sea.
There is considerable misunderstanding about each of the three forces that shape the UK energy markets – the Energy Trilemma. This paper seeks to provide a balanced view of the evolving nature of this trilemma, and provide a view of the future.
Pale Blue Dot Energy announces today that Ian Phillips will be leaving the business to take up a new role as Chief Executive of the Oil and Gas Innovation Centre (www.ogic.co.uk) a new research and development funding agency, focused on developing new technology in the oil and gas industry. Over the past 8 years, Ian has held a number of positions within the Group, in CO2DeepStore and Pale Blue Dot Energy where he has contributed significantly to the development of both. The whole management team and staff wish Ian all the best in his new role and look forward to continuing to work with him in his new role.