Insights and Commentaries
South East Asia CCS Accelerator (SEACA)
26th May 2023
Introduction The greatest need for CCS exists in hard to abate sectors, particularly those with process emissions and in economies that rely upon fossil fuels to support their rapid economic growth. Consequently, it is imperative...
Scaling up CO2 Pipeline Deployment in the U.S. – Findings from Listening Sessions Hosted by the Global CCS Institute
18th May 2023
Executive Summary The US is home to the largest number of commercial CCS facilities and CO2 pipelines around the world. There are currently 50 CO2 pipelines operating in the US through over 8,000 km which...
Topic(s): CO2 pipelines, CO2 transport
Insight: Institute Launched a China CCUS Progress Report
18th March 2023
2022 was a great year for Carbon Capture, Use and Storage (CCUS) in China. Two years after the country announced its 30/60 targets, CCUS development was finally put to high gear. Within twelve months, China...
Gulf Cooperation Council States Illustrate CCS Promise
29th June 2022
As carbon capture and storage ambitions continue to grow in the Gulf Corporation Council States (GCC), the Global CCS Institute has made a concerted effort to support the region’s growing CCS market. In 2021 the...
Present and Future: Australian CCS Policy Beyond the Federal Election
13th April 2022
With an Australian federal election upcoming, climate change continues to rank as among the most important issues for business and the broader public. Although the immediate political focus has understandably shifted to cost of living...
CCS Trust Funds at Two Development Banks Set to Close – Where Do We Go From Here?
14th March 2022
During a recent webinar hosted by the Clean Energy Ministerial CCUS Initiative, speakers from the World Bank (WB) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) revealed that both of their CCS Trust Funds, which have been...
As COP 26 ends: Is the glass half-full?
16th November 2021
Expectations for COP 26 were high after a year’s delay, a period which saw hundreds of countries and thousands of companies commit to net-zero targets. The first days of the conference in Glasgow reminded COP...
CCUS: Essential for Achieving Carbon Neutrality in China
3rd August 2021
On the 25th July 2021, the Global CCS Institute co-hosted the First CCUS Strategy Forum under the Context of Carbon Neutral Perspective with the China CCUS Professional Committee in Beijing. The forum brought together over...
Momentum for CCS Across the Gulf Cooperation Council is Growing
14th July 2021
Climate Change in the GCC The GCC region, consisting of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait and Bahrain is home to less than 1% of the global population...
CCUS and International Collaboration Essential for China to Achieve Carbon Neutrality
19th April 2021
A recap on the 6th International CCUS Forum, Beijing. On the 10th of April 2021, more than 300 participants attended the 6th International CCUS Forum held in Beijing, China. With distinguished speakers and enthusiastic engagement, the...
Institute’s experts review the upcoming IPCC Sixth Assessment report
8th April 2021
Every five to seven years, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) publishes comprehensive scientific assessment reports. The latest of these reports was the Fifth Assessment Report (2014) that provided the main scientific input to the Paris Agreement. Since the Fifth Assessment Report was published, the IPCC has released several...
45Q: The “Most Progressive CCS-Specific Incentive Globally” Is Now Open for Business
24th March 2021
A year ago this April, the Global CCS Institute released a Brief detailing new developments to the United States’ Section 45Q Tax Credit for carbon oxide (COx) sequestration (45Q). At the time, the Institute called...