Insights

Filter by

[ Clear Filtering ]

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

20th 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,...

Is this technology the answer to our CO2 emissions problem?
Is this technology the answer to our CO2 emissions problem?

19th January 2019

The following piece was published by Brad Page, CEO, Global CCS Institute, on World Economic Forum. The article is part of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting. Climate change is rattling the world. 2018 was the...

Carbon capture and climate change: cut the nonsense
Carbon capture and climate change: cut the nonsense

16th January 2019

The following Opinion Editorial from Global CCS Institute CEO, Brad Page, was published on 16 January 2019 on Morning Consult. What role does carbon capture and storage play in the energy transition? Al Gore, one...

The climate and all that jazz: a report-back from COP24
The climate and all that jazz: a report-back from COP24

20th December 2018

Should you have a penchant for jazz, as I do, you will know that Poland, the host of this year’s 24th Conference of the Parties (COP24), left an indelible mark on this musical genre. Since...

Topic(s): COP24

Highlights from the “Accelerating CCUS Conference”
Highlights from the “Accelerating CCUS Conference”

12th December 2018

“CCUS has only one thing going for it – it can save the planet.” This bold statement by James Smith, co-chair of the UK CCUS Council, was one of the many memorable moments from the...

World’s largest capture pilot plant for cement commissioned in China
World’s largest capture pilot plant for cement commissioned in China

5th December 2018

The cement industry has made great strides in CCS deployment with the announcement of the commissioning of a 50,000 tpa CO2 capture plant in China. The plant is owed by a Hong Kong listed company...

The Institute at COP24
The Institute at COP24

28th November 2018

What is COP24 and why is the Institute involved?   The Conference of the Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) negotiations is the international platform where nations come together to...

The value of CCS
The value of CCS

26th November 2018

The debate around CCS has historically focussed on how its cost compares to the cost of other climate mitigation technologies, mainly in the context of power generation. The focus on cost, rather than value, has...

Topic(s): Economics

Migration-assisted storage: opportunities are (almost) endless
Migration-assisted storage: opportunities are (almost) endless

21st November 2018

In the pursuit of geological CO2 storage sites, migration assisted storage (MAS) offers the largest storage resource potential and spatial availability, globally. MAS can trap and immobilise CO2 in a formation without a physical structure...

Topic(s): CO2 storage

Newsletter

Get the latest CCS updates