The Institute boasts a diverse Membership profile that sets the foundation of an international community rich in knowledge and expertise.

The Institute recognises that through its Membership, it is placed in a unique position to most effectively support and facilitate the deployment of commercial-scale CCS projects.

Members are presented a valuable opportunity to be an integral part of a collaborative, informed and influential international community at the forefront of CCS advocacy, policy development and knowledge sharing.

Members of the Global CCS Institute have the opportunity to:

  • shape the strategic direction of the Institute;
  • share and receive knowledge, information and expertise on:
    • the development and deployment of safe, economic and environmentally sustainable commercial-scale CCS projects;
    • technologies that will capture, transport and store emissions, and provide expert insight on the costs and benefits of carbon solutions, and the operational and legislative requirements needed to achieve success; and
    • methods to build confidence in CCS and help drive the international momentum needed to provide a solution to the urgent problem of climate change.
  • propose, and vote on, amendments to the Constitution;
  • approve appointments to the Board of Directors and to the International Advisory Panel; and
  • nominate and vote on appointments to the Board Selection Panel.

A diverse Membership base

The Institute launched with strong and widespread support from governments, corporations, industry bodies and research organisations from key markets around the globe, and has built a diversified Membership profile that represents a healthy cross-section of these international stakeholders.

The diversity in Member profiles ensures the Institute’s endeavours and services provided reflect the varied and evolving nature of the challenges faced by the industry.

Members are governments and organisations that support and demonstrate a legitimate interest in the Institute’s commitment to accelerating the commercial deployment of CCS. 

Alstom Power Ltd   Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd
Arch Coal Inc.   K-Coal Co Ltd
Asian Development Bank   Korea CCS Association (KCCSA)
Atkins   Mitsui Global Strategic Studies Institute
Australian National Low Emissions Coal Research and Development Ltd   Mizuho Information & Research Institute, Inc.
Baker & McKenzie   National Grid
BHP Billiton Ltd
Brazilian Coal Association   Oxyfuel Technologies Pty Ltd
Brown Coal Innovation Australia   Peabody Energy Australia Pty Limited
Calera Corporation   Petroleum Technology Research Centre Inc.
Canadian Clean Power Coalition   Polish Geological Institute - NRI
Carbon Transport and Storage Corporation (CTSCo) Pty Ltd   Process Systems Enterprise Ltd
Carbon Management Canada Inc   Quintessa Limited K.K
China Carbon Market Center, Tsinghua University   Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth (RITE)
China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (SINOPEC)   Rotterdam Climate Initiative
China Steel Corporation   SaskPower CCS Initiatives
China University of Petroleum-Beijing   School of Energy Resources (SER) - University of Wyoming
Chiyoda Corporation   Scottish Enterprise
Chugai Technos Corporation   Shaanxi Yanchang Petroleum (Group) Corp., Ltd. (Yanchang Petroleum Group)
CLP Holdings Ltd   Shell International Petroleum Company Limited
CO2CRC   Southern Company
CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM)   Southern States Energy Board
CO2track Ltd   SSE Generation
Datang International Power Generation Co., Ltd.   Stiftelsen NORSAR
Dia Consultants Co., Ltd   Summit Power Group
Electric Power Development Co., Ltd. (JPOWER)   The Commonwealth of Australia
Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC)   The Crown Estate
ENGIE   The Government of Alberta
Gassnova SF   The Government of Japan
Honeywell Ltd   The Government of Malaysia
Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST-ICCUS)   The Government of Mexico
IHI Corporation   The Government of Saskatchewan
Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI)   The Government of Scotland
INPEX Operations Australia Pty Ltd   The Government of the People's Republic of China as Represented by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC)
Institute of Engineering and Thermophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IET)   The Government of the United Kingdom
Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IRSM)   The Government of the United States of America
Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC)   The State Government of Victoria
Japan Coal Energy Center (JCOAL)   Toshiba Corporation
Japan NUS Co. Ltd (JANUS)   UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC)
Jupiter Oxygen Corporation   UK-China (Guangdong) CCUS Industry Promotion and Academic Collaboration Centre
    United States Energy Association
    World Coal Association
    World Steel Association