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Climate Ambition: Timely Reset of Carbon Capture Debate
Climate Ambition: Timely Reset of Carbon Capture Debate

14th May 2019

International institutions, scientists, and activists are calling for more aggressive action on climate change. With lawmakers putting forward principles and ideas to inspire comprehensive climate and clean energy policy, solutions-oriented debates to address global warming...

New international system for classifying storage resources provides further confidence in CCS
New international system for classifying storage resources provides further confidence in CCS

2nd May 2019

The theoretical capacity of carbon dioxide (CO2) storage resources has always been higher than the CO2 storage required to meet the projections of any climate change scenario. In addition, the recent IPCC Special Report cited...

Topic(s): CO2 storage, SRMS

Federal Policy Influencers 2019 Survey: A Bright Outlook for Clean Energy & Carbon Capture
Federal Policy Influencers 2019 Survey: A Bright Outlook for Clean Energy & Carbon Capture

30th April 2019

With US CO2 emissions growth outpacing global emissions growth and many Americans already experiencing the impacts of climate change, policy makers in Washington have begun drafting policy statements and principles for comprehensive climate policy. A...

8th Annual DC Forum: Growing Interest in Carbon Capture
8th Annual DC Forum: Growing Interest in Carbon Capture

9th April 2019

The Global CCS Institute hosted its 8th annual DC Forum on CCS in Washington, DC on March 18, 2019.  In a sense, the day was a microcosm of the current state of CCS in the...

Why carbon capture could be the game-changer the world needs
Why carbon capture could be the game-changer the world needs

23rd March 2019

The clock is ticking, and greater ambition is needed. The scale of the challenge is unprecedented. The world economy is set to double in the next 20 years, while we need to cut our emissions...

The devil’s in the details: Policy implications of ‘clean’ vs. ‘renewable’ energy
The devil’s in the details: Policy implications of ‘clean’ vs. ‘renewable’ energy

15th March 2019

In the wake of several major climate reports by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the U.S. Government, climate change has taken center stage in American political discourse, encapsulated by — but in no...

Topic(s): Carbon capture, COP24, Economics, Policy, United States

Addressing the liability challenge
Addressing the liability challenge

8th March 2019

Liability continues to be viewed by some project developers, policy-makers and regulators as a critical issue for the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS). The topic has been debated at length across several fora...

Topic(s): law and regulation, Liability

Introducing CO2RE: The world’s first global CCS intelligence database
Introducing CO2RE: The world’s first global CCS intelligence database

20th February 2019

The launch of the CO2RE CCS Intelligence Database represents a significant evolution of the Global CCS Institute’s vast CCS knowledge and data repository. CO2RE is the world’s first global CCS intelligence database. It puts core...

Energy Transition: Carbon Capture is Clean Energy, too
Energy Transition: Carbon Capture is Clean Energy, too

15th February 2019

This piece by Brad Page, CEO, Global CCS Institute was first published on Utility Dive. Politicians, academics and energy experts globally are debating the paradigms of the energy transition. Which sources of energy qualify as...

CCS takes center stage at the EU-Norway Energy Conference
CCS takes center stage at the EU-Norway Energy Conference

6th February 2019

On February 5, EU Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy Miguel Arias Cañete and Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy Kjell Børge Freiberg hosted the 4th EU-Norway Energy Conference in Brussels. On the agenda, the...

Carbon capture is the only way to address the world’s climate blindspots
Carbon capture is the only way to address the world’s climate blindspots

4th February 2019

This article was published by Lee Beck, Senior Advocacy and Communications Advisor, on Greenbiz. Industrial emissions are the world’s climate blindspot. Although rarely talked about, cement, iron, steel and chemical production and other sources of...

The Global Status of CCS: Is US Technology Leadership at Risk?
The Global Status of CCS: Is US Technology Leadership at Risk?

1st February 2019

On January 28, The Atlantic Council’s Global Energy Center hosted the US launch of the Global CCS Institute’s signature publication, The Global Status of CCS, first presented at the COP24 United Nations (UN) climate conference in Katowice,...

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