Institute updates

Like the international results of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Fifth Assessment Synthesis Report (2014) and the International Energy Agency’s World Energy Outlook Special Report on Energy and Climate Change (2015), the ETI’s work has consistently shown the huge financial benefits of a successful CCS sector within a low-carbon energy future. 

The Global CCS Institute joined many prominent Australian and international organisations in sponsoring the 3rd Australian Emissions Reduction Summit in Melbourne on 3 and 4 May.

Friday April 22, 2016, will become a significant day marked in history. On this day in New York, representatives of 170 countries signed the Paris Agreement on climate change – the largest number of countries to sign an international agreement in one day.

It’s not enough.

The Asia-Pacific Members' Meeting and CCS Forum is an annual event hosted by the Global CCS Institute. This year we held our event on 11 April at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. A site visit to the Otway CCS Project was held on 12 April.

Highlights and activities from the Americas region in April 2016.

Highlights and activities from the Americas region in March 2016.

New technology and policy developments headline the February 2016 edition of Spotlight on the Americas.

“People who care about climate are starting to get interested in CCS” declared US Senator Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND), the keynote speaker at the Fifth Annual Americas CCS/CCUS Strategy Forum held 4 February 2016 at the Embassy of Canada in Washington, DC.

New appointments at the Global CCS Institute and National Coal Council together with some developments in emerging technologies headline the January edition of Spotlight on the Americas.

Update on the UK House of Commons Energy and Climate Change Committee: Future of Carbon Capture and Storage in the UK Inquiry.