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Vast subsurface resources are available to support CCS deployment
Vast subsurface resources are available to support CCS deployment

15th November 2015

The Global CCS Institute has published a major report on the latest developments in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS). The Global Status of CCS: 2015 highlights new operational projects, policy and international climate discussions, new...

Topic(s): Carbon capture, CO2 storage, Engineering and project delivery, use and storage (CCUS)

Recent funding of pilot-scale testing of carbon capture technologies reflects commitment to drive down costs
Recent funding of pilot-scale testing of carbon capture technologies reflects commitment to drive down costs

15th November 2015

The Global CCS Institute has published a major report on the latest developments in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS). The Global Status of CCS: 2015 highlights new operational projects, policy and international climate discussions, new...

Topic(s): Carbon capture, Engineering and project delivery, use and storage (CCUS)

Why CCS is essential for a low-carbon future
Why CCS is essential for a low-carbon future

15th November 2015

The following Insight is an excerpt from an article by Lorraine Mitchelmore, President and Country Chair, Shell Canada Limited. Under Lorraine’s leadership Shell Canada has deployed the Quest Project, which will reduce carbon dioxide (CO2)...

Topic(s): Carbon capture, Economics, Engineering and project delivery, law and regulation, Policy, Public engagement, use and storage (CCUS)

Capturing carbon from coal-to-chemicals at Yanchang
Capturing carbon from coal-to-chemicals at Yanchang

15th October 2015

The Global CCS Institute has commissioned four knowledge-sharing reports on critical aspects of carbon capture and storage (CCS) from Yanchang Petroleum Group (China). The first of these reports is now available, covering the application of...

Topic(s): Capacity development, Carbon capture, Engineering and project delivery, use and storage (CCUS)

Are the legacy wells in the Gippsland Basin an issue for CO2 storage?
Are the legacy wells in the Gippsland Basin an issue for CO2 storage?

15th October 2015

The CarbonNet project is investigating the potential of geological formations in the Gippsland Basin off south eastern Australia to store significant volumes of carbon dioxide (CO2), which could form the basis of a multi–user carbon...

Topic(s): Carbon capture, CO2 storage, Engineering and project delivery, Health, safety and environment, use and storage (CCUS)

Boundary Dam after one year of operation
Boundary Dam after one year of operation

15th October 2015

Just over one year ago, SaskPower’s Boundary Dam Carbon Capture and Storage Project (BD3), the world’s first commercial scale power plant with a fully integrated carbon capture system, was in the global spotlight when it...

Topic(s): Carbon capture, Engineering and project delivery, use and storage (CCUS)

Partial CO2 capture and the CO2stCap project
Partial CO2 capture and the CO2stCap project

15th October 2015

The CO2stCap project is a new four–year research project aiming to reduce the cost of industrial carbon dioxide (CO2) capture processes. In this Insight, Ragnhild Skagestad and Hans Aksel Haugen of Tel–Tek discuss the wider...

Topic(s): Carbon capture, CO2 capture, Engineering and project delivery, use and storage (CCUS)

Carbon capture for coal to chemical industry in North West China
Carbon capture for coal to chemical industry in North West China

15th October 2015

Commercial coal-to-chemicals processes are being rapidly deployed as a clean coal technology, particularly in China. The process generally has a large carbon foot print. While CCS has been successfully applied to capture and store carbon...

Topic(s): CO2 capture, Engineering and project delivery

CO2 Pipeline Design – an Australian perspective
CO2 Pipeline Design – an Australian perspective

15th September 2015

A new report published by Brown Coal Innovation Australia examines the applicability of Australian Standard 2885​​, the current Australian Standard (Standard/s) relating to pipelines, in the context of carbon dioxide (CO2) pipeline transportation. Appropriate policies...

Topic(s): Carbon capture, Engineering and project delivery, use and storage (CCUS)

Unlocking the North Sea’s carbon dioxide storage potential
Unlocking the North Sea’s carbon dioxide storage potential

15th September 2015

The CO2MultiStore Joint Industry Project is an ongoing study based in the United Kingdom (UK) to support the development of multi-user regional carbon dioxide (CO2) storage assets. Partners in the project include Shell, The Crown...

Topic(s): Carbon capture, Engineering and project delivery, use and storage (CCUS)

Total publishes Lacq CCS Pilot report
Total publishes Lacq CCS Pilot report

15th September 2015

The Lacq Pilot project is a fully integrated carbon capture and storage (CCS) project operated by Total in the Lacq region of south-eastern France. From 2009 to 2013 the project captured more than 51 thousand...

Topic(s): Carbon capture, Engineering and project delivery, use and storage (CCUS)

Site characterisation for storage in the near shore Gippsland Basin
Site characterisation for storage in the near shore Gippsland Basin

15th September 2015

CarbonNet is investigating the potential of geological formations in south eastern Australia to store significant volumes of carbon dioxide and form the basis of a multi-user carbon capture and storage (CCS) network. Earlier this year...

Topic(s): Carbon capture, CO2 storage, Engineering and project delivery, use and storage (CCUS)

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