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Organisation:  Global CCS Institute This October, over 200 delegates from academia, industry and government joined an APEC Workshop in Mexico City to discuss carbon capture and storage and use (CCUS) of carbon dioxide (CO 2). Sponsored by the Asia Pacific ...
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Public engagement Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)
Meade Harris Goodwin
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This is the third Insight in a series by Barend van Engelenburg, senior energy expert at DCMR- the environmental protection agency in the Rijnmond region of the Netherlands. In this series Barend will explore the issues surrounding regional carbon capture ...
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Public engagement Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) Policy, law and regulation
Barend Van Engelenburg
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Organisation:  ENGO Network on CCS By Chris Smith, Coordinator ENGO Network on CCS Three years ago an unlikely coalition of policy advisors, scientists, lawyers and other professionals from 10 environmental organizations all around the world came together ...
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Public engagement Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)
Chris Smith
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Organisation:  Japan NUS Co. Ltd (JANUS) Japan is a leading contributor to the development of carbon capture and storage technology (CCS) worldwide, in addition to developing its Tomakomai CCS demonstration project in Hokkaido, Japan. Over the past three ...
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Public engagement Engineering and project delivery Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) Capacity development
Chiaki Shinohara
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Part two of an insight series on regional CCS cooperation Author: Barend van Engelenburg,  DCMR Centre for Environmental Expertise The Netherlands  How to develop regional CCS cooperation The single most important factor for success in regional carbon cap ...
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Public engagement Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) Policy, law and regulation
Barend Van Engelenburg
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Organisation:  SaskPower SaskPower’s Boundary Dam, the world’s first post-combustion carbon capture and storage (CCS) project on a coal-fired power plant, began operation on October 2, 2014. The Boundary Dam project is of global significance as it shows C ...
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Public engagement Engineering and project delivery Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) Policy, law and regulation
Premier Brad Wall
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Organisation:  SaskPower This is a very important moment for low-carbon energy developments in Saskatchewan, Canada and indeed the world. This week, Canadian power operator, SaskPower, welcomes hundreds of global leaders in low-carbon energy to Saskatchew ...
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Public engagement Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)
Meade Harris Goodwin
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Organisation:  SaskPower With the imminent opening of the Boundary Dam CO 2 capture facility, commercial scale CCS from a coal-fired power station is set to become reality. Boundary Dam will also be the world’s first commercial scale CCS project to incorp ...
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Public engagement Engineering and project delivery Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)
Neil Wildgust
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Organisation:  SaskPower Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is an important part of the transition to a low-carbon economy. The launch of SaskPower's Boundary Dam project marks a major milestone – for the first time the carbon emissions from commercial ...
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Public engagement Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) Capacity development
Kirsty Anderson

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