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The world's first commercial retrofit, Boundary Dam Unit 3, has begun equipment testing and is expected to begin capture trials within months. While being retrofit for carbon...
david.hanly
Coal is the primary focus of most of the capture activity for power generation. This largely reflects the common view that coal will continue to dominate power generation for...
dennis.vanpuyvelde
Guangdong is among the wealthiest and most populous provinces in China, supported by an expansive manufacturing sector and home to a wide-ranging set of multinational and...
di.zhou
In managing the transition to a low–carbon economy, an important consideration is that the use of fossil fuels will continue for quite a time as the fuel of choice. They are...
peter.grubnic
The Institute’s annual China CCUS workshop, held in July 2013, in Yan’An, Shaanxi province, was a great success. The day-long workshop was jointly organised by the...
barry.jones
China is rapidly emerging as one of the most important countries for the development of carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) technologies. In April 2013, this...
barry.jones
In my previous post, I outlined the feasibility of CCS readiness in Guangdong (GDCCSR) project which is being undertaken in that region of China. Now that the project is...
di.zhou
The Feasibility of CCS Readiness in Guangdong (GDCCSR) project is a three-year study (April 2010–May 2013), which is jointly funded by the UK Foreign and...
di.zhou
Why should a developing country bear the extra costs and impacts of CCS if the rest of the world isn’t using the technology?
sforbes
If CCS is going to contribute the amount of CO2 emissions reductions it needs to achieve our global goals, then CCS will need to be deployed in developing countries (by...
alice.gibson