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09.09.2018

Press Release - ICC 2018

A Press Release regarding the International Carbon Conference 2018 was sent out to all major international news media.

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28.08.2018

Scientific paper in Advances in Water Resources

"Multimodal imaging and stochastic percolation simulation for improved quantification of effective porosity and surface area in vesicular basalt" is a new scientific article published in Advances in Water Resources by Elsevier.

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28.08.2018

Co-mineralization of carbon and sulfur

"Towards 'green' geothermal energy: Co-mineralization of carbon and sulfur in geothermal reservoirs" is a new scientific paper published in the International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control by Elsevier.

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18.07.2018

ICC 2018 in Energy Procedia

The International Carbon Conference 2018 will be held in Reykjavík, Iceland in September this year. The conference is a joint outreach meeting between five networks; CarbFix, S4CE, Metal-Aid, Deep Carbon Observatory and Carbon SAFE.

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06.07.2018

CarbFix on BBC

BBC World Service recently published an article on how the CarbFix method turnes CO2 in rocks - forever. The article by Valeria Perasso was published on 18 May 2018.

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01.03.2018

Prof. Siggi Gíslason receives the C.C. Patterson award

Prof. Sigurður (Siggi) Gíslason, the head of the scientific committee and one of the founding members of the CarbFix project, has been selected to receive the C.C. Patterson Award for his work on CarbFix and volcanic hazards.

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23.01.2018

CarbFix2 meeting in Zürich

The second face-to-face meeting of the CarbFix2 project took place in Zürich 18-19th of January.

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19.11.2017

Climeworks and CarbFix2 in the media

The launch of the world’s first carbon removal solution through direct air capture in Hellisheidi last week has received world-wide attention.

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15.11.2017

CarbFix seeking Research Scientists

Department of R&D at Reykjavik Energy is looking for two highly self-motivated research scientists to join the CarbFix team within the company.Department of R&D at Reykjavik Energy is looking for two highly self-motivated research scientists to join the CarbFix team within the company. The research scientists will work on quantifying and understanding processes related to re-injection of geothermal fluids and gases into the geothermal reservoir of the Hellisheidi co-generation power plant in SW Iceland. To this end, process flow data, a seismic dataset, fluid chemistry, tracer data and well log data as well as modelling studies are to be employed. Initial appointment for both positions is for 24 months. More information can be found here. We encourage all interested candidates to apply for the positions.

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07.11.2017

CarbFix on National Geographic

National Geographic's Positive Energy series on renewable energy recently featured a story on CarbFix and how the method can be used to reduce CO2 emissions from the energy sector.

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