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The critical emissions abatement method Australia can’t afford to ignore
The critical emissions abatement method Australia can’t afford to ignore

29th August 2019

Australia, along with many countries around the world, faces an increasingly challenging path towards achieving the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions reductions required to meet Paris climate change targets, and contribute to a global net-zero emissions...

Topic(s): Australia, CCS, CO2 EOR

New low-carbon fuel policy boosts opportunities for bioethanol production with CCS
New low-carbon fuel policy boosts opportunities for bioethanol production with CCS

7th August 2019

As the world’s demand for energy increases, biofuels will play an increasingly important role in delivering the deep emissions reductions required to achieve global climate targets. In particular, when addressing the challenge of decarbonising the...

The California climate policy no one is talking about
The California climate policy no one is talking about

24th July 2019

California is often lauded for its commitment to confront the climate crisis and its leadership in developing innovative policy solutions. The state delivered on its 2020 climate goals by 2016 and its climate ambition is enshrined it...

Global CCS Institute turns 10: Interview with CEO Brad Page
Global CCS Institute turns 10: Interview with CEO Brad Page

15th July 2019

In June 2019 the Global CCS Institute turned 10. To mark the occasion, we sat down with CEO Brad Page to hear his thoughts on how the Institute has evolved, some of its major achievements,...

Hydrogen may be the next clean energy game changer
Hydrogen may be the next clean energy game changer

29th June 2019

Climate change and the challenges to limit global warming are demanding an unprecedented transition to a net-zero emissions economy by mid-century. On track to a 3-plus degrees Celsius world (5.4 degrees Fahrenheit), according to the...

Institute participates in international clean energy conference in Vancouver
Institute participates in international clean energy conference in Vancouver

18th June 2019

Last May, the Canadian city of Vancouver hosted the 10th Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM10) and the 4th Mission Innovation (MI-4) Ministerial. Hosted by the Government of Canada, the Ministerial meetings gathered key decision-makers from over...

Investing in CCS: What do financiers need?
Investing in CCS: What do financiers need?

12th June 2019

In 2018 the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) determined that to avoid the worst effects of climate change, we must limit global warming to 1.5 degrees. To achieve this, carbon dioxide emissions must reduce...

Topic(s): Policy, Project financing

Can We Make CO2 Capture Profitable?
Can We Make CO2 Capture Profitable?

10th June 2019

The fate of the energy transition lies with governments. Yet, government alone will not solve the climate problem.The solutions will be developed, commercialized and deployed by the private sector. When it comes to carbon capture...

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...

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