Insights

Insights

Displaying 71 - 80 of 565 results
by Duncan Kenyon and Binnu Jeyakumar Technologies that capture greenhouse gases and either store or use them could play a significant and essential role in decarbonizing our world. But carbon capture and storage (CCS) has been a topic of debate over the l ...
Topics: 
Public engagement Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)
Much of what we have learnt about carbon capture and storage (CCS) public engagement best practice has been developed through practical project experiences in Europe, North America and Australia. As more CCS projects enter the development pipeline in the ...
Topics: 
Public engagement Education Communication Social research
Organisation:  Global CCS Institute Commercial coal-to-chemicals processes are being rapidly deployed as a clean coal technology, particularly in China. The process generally has a large carbon foot print. While CCS has been successfully applied to captur ...
Topics: 
Engineering and project delivery CO2 capture
The Global CCS Institute has commissioned four knowledge-sharing reports on critical aspects of carbon capture and storage (CCS) from Yanchang Petroleum Group (China). The first of these reports is now available, covering the application of carbon capture ...
Topics: 
Engineering and project delivery Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) Capacity development
The CarbonNet Project (the Project) has identified a series of prospective carbon dioxide (CO 2) storage sites in the most promising area of the nearshore Gippsland Basin in south eastern Australia. The Project is investigating the potential for establish ...
Topics: 
Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) CO2 storage
The CarbonNet project is investigating the potential of geological formations in the Gippsland Basin off south eastern Australia to store significant volumes of carbon dioxide (CO 2), which could form the basis of a multi–user carbon capture and storage ( ...
Topics: 
Engineering and project delivery Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) CO2 storage Health, safety and environment
Just over one year ago, SaskPower’s Boundary Dam Carbon Capture and Storage Project (BD3), the world’s first commercial scale power plant with a fully integrated carbon capture system, was in the global spotlight when it began operations. Two more commerc ...
Topics: 
Engineering and project delivery Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)