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Researching air-carbon capture for use post-2050 remains a very good means of establishing the intellectual capital and basic technologies for when it makes sense...

Climate Change

As predicted, Carbon Engineering's air-carbon capture solution to be used by oil majors such as Occidental for enhanced oil recovery to no climate benefit.


If Carbon Engineering is making e-diesel, driving the same distance in a freight truck would cost at least 6.5 times as much and have...


Carbon Engineering will produce transportation fuels that cost 18-25 times more and have 22-35 the CO2e emissions as just using electricity in an EV


Carbon Engineering is planning to build high-cost and comparatively high-emission transportation fuels by combining their expensive CO2 with hydrogen which they will get via...

Climate Change

Air carbon capture, especially as Carbon Engineering is doing it, is a fig leaf for the fossil fuel industry.

Climate Change

Carbon Engineering's solution is only useful in tapped-out oil wells and as greenwashing for fossil fuel companies.

Climate Change

Carbon Engineering's solution would require 2-kilometer long, 20 meter high walls of noisy fans to capture 4 orders of magnitude less carbon than would...

Climate Change

Carbon Engineering's solution is a natural gas hog that produces a half ton of new CO2 for each ton captured from the air.

Climate Change

To scale to an inadequate million tons of CO2 a year, the company would need 2,000 two-meter fans blowing air into contactors in an...

Clean Power

Failure to address CCS problems of magnitude, physics of underground storage, and resultant costs is a policy failure of staggering proportions.

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