Cemex, BP to explore low carbon power and transportation, energy efficiency

Sources: Cemex S.A.B. de C.V., Monterrey, Mexico; CP staff In the latest move toward delivering net-zero carbon dioxide concrete by 2050, Cemex has entered a memorandum of understanding with energy giant bp to develop solutions to decarbonize cement production and transportation. Potential measures may include low-carbon power or transport, energy efficiency, natural carbon offsets or carbon capture utilization and storage…

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LafargeHolcim on same page with mining, energy giants in call for climate agreement

Sources: Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, Arlington, Va.; CP staff

The world’s top integrated cement, aggregate and concrete producer, Zurich-based LafargeHolcim, has joined peers in minerals, metals and hydrocarbons—Alcoa, BHP BillitonBP, Rio Tinto and Shell—as signatories to “In Support of a Paris Climate Agreement,” a statement the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES) prepared ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in December.

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