28.10.2022Strengthening the CCUS technology portfolio: Heidelberg Materials signs global licence agreement with Leilac
As part of the continued expansion of its broad portfolio of CCUS technologies, Heidelberg Materials has signed an indefinite global licence agreement with the technology company Leilac, a Calix subsidiary.
18.10.2022Celebrating the Quarry Life Award winners: Heidelberg Materials honours outstanding biodiversity projects
Heidelberg Materials and more than 100 guests celebrated the winners of the fifth edition of the Quarry Life Award in Brussels.
Holcim announces its financial investment in Magment, to expand their existing collaboration in the breakthrough field of road-based electric charging solutions. Together the companies have jointly developed an innovative concrete formulation enabling wireless inductive charging technology.
29.07.2022HeidelbergCement half-year results: significant revenue growth, high energy costs almost offset in the second quarter
Revenue in the first half of 2022 increases significantly by 12% to €9,950 million
19.07.2022Carbon Clean awards FEED contract to KBR
Carbon Clean, a global leader in cost-effective carbon capture solutions, announced today that it has awarded a Front End Engineering Design (FEED) contract to global engineering experts, KBR, for a groundbreaking carbon capture project at CEMEX’s Rüdersdorf plant in Germany.
18.07.2022Holcim selected for 2 EU Innovation Fund grants for Clean Tech projects decarbonizing Europe
Holcim has secured two investments from the European Union (EU) Innovation Fund for its breakthrough Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage projects in Germany and Poland. Both projects feature scalable technologies to put Holcim at the forefront of Europe’s decarbonization. These programs are part of Holcim’s net-zero roadmap, validated by the Science Based Targets initiative, including its objective to operate at least one net-zero cement plant by 2030.
CEMEX, S.A.B. de C.V. (“CEMEX”) announced today that it has completed the acquisition of a 53% stake in German aggregates company ProStein. The investment expands CEMEX’s aggregates business in the region while increasing the lifespan of its aggregates reserves in Europe. The company’s aggregates sales in Germany are expected to double with the acquisition.