Delivering carbon capture and storage
The Global CCS Institute’s annual status report is the world’s most thorough stocktake and analysis of CCS progress. The Global Status of CCS report provides a comprehensive overview of the development of CCS projects and technologies around the world, challenges encountered and actions taken to overcome them.
The Institute regularly updates an interactive map of the large-scale integrated CCS projects we have identified around the world. The map can be downloaded.
The openCCS resource provides guidance on the activities to be completed at each stage of a CCS project. The resource has been developed by CCS experts based on best practice and lessons learnt from experience. The aim is to share information and methodologies that will help projects around the world move more quickly to deployment.
The Institute has a vast global network of CCS practitioners whose experiences and insights are shared through a variety of Institute-supported knowledge networks and blogs, providing an invaluable resource for the CCS community.
The Institute’s publications library comprises hundreds of the most up-to-date and peer reviewed expert technical reports, best practice guides and other resources. They cover all aspects of CCS, including project, policy, financial, legal, regulatory, technical and operational issues.
Recent publications include:
- The Global Status of CCS: 2013 report (October 2013)
- Toward a common method of cost estimation for CO2 capture and storage at fossil fuel power plants
- Carbon capture and storage: An approach to understanding potential risks and their cost implications
- GETICA CCS Demo Project: Feasibility study overview report
- Environmental non-government organisation (ENGO) perspectives on carbon capture and storage (CCS).