TechEnergy Ventures is one of the investors who decided to support Quino Energy, a start-up which aims to bring to market an affordable Long Duration Storage solution developed by Harvard researchers to minimize the intermittency inherent to wind and solar energies.
Reducing Co2 emissions is not just based on a series of isolated initiatives but a well-integrated business strategy looking into the future. In this context, Indonesian oil giant Pertamina organized an innovation drilling technology seminar hosted by Tenaris's professionals, focusing on carbon capture & storage (CCS) in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Located in Salta, Argentina, at 4,100 meters AMSL, the plant is currently devoted to test the selected DLE technology with different salar brines. The results so far are promising and allowed further optimizations, which in turn provide essential data for the process scale-up.