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UK Clean Growth and Energy Minister Claire Perry announces new UK CCUS Advisory Group
UK Clean Growth and Energy Minister Claire Perry announces new UK CCUS Advisory Group

22nd March 2019

Source: Business Green Leading players from across the UK's carbon intensive energy, oil, and steel industries have joined together to form a new government-backed advisory group, in a bid to accelerate the development of carbon...

Welcome to new Members
Welcome to new Members

18th March 2019

The Institute welcomed three new Members to its ranks in February and March, bringing the current number of Members to 58. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, a Japanese multinational engineering, electrical equipment and electronics company. Kobe Steel,...

Institute Holds Briefing in California: IPCC 1.5 Deep Dive – The Role of Carbon Capture in California’s Energy Transition
Institute Holds Briefing in California: IPCC 1.5 Deep Dive – The Role of Carbon Capture in California’s Energy Transition

14th March 2019

On March 7, the Global CCS Institute hosted a briefing on carbon capture’s role in California’s energy transition in the state’s capital. The event was attended by policymakers, stakeholders, ENGO representatives and staffers based in...

Global Status of CCS Report 2018 now available in Japanese
Global Status of CCS Report 2018 now available in Japanese

13th March 2019

‘Global Status of CCS: 2018’の日本語版である「世界のCCSの動向:2018 」が刊行されました。 こちらより閲覧・ダウンロードしていただけます(インスティテュート会員限定)。   We are pleased to inform our Members that the Global Status of CCS: 2018 is now available in Japanese. The report can be downloaded report from our...

International CCUS Symposium for Low-Carbon Society held in Tokyo
International CCUS Symposium for Low-Carbon Society held in Tokyo

25th February 2019

The Japanese Ministry for the Environment (MOE) hosted a significant international symposium on Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) in Tokyo on 21 February. Organised in cooperation with the Global CCS Institute, the symposium was...

Institute welcomes new Members
Institute welcomes new Members

10th February 2019

The Global CCS Institute is pleased to welcome four new members: Calix, LTD - Calix is a technology company based in Australia that has patented a unique process to separate CO2 from cement kiln flue...

Oil and gas companies make a splash in Direct Air Capture
Oil and gas companies make a splash in Direct Air Capture

12th January 2019

On 9 January 2019, two major oil and gas companies (Occidental Petroleum and Chevron) announced their investment in Carbon Engineering. Carbon Engineering has developed a Direct Air Capture (DAC) with plans to commercialize over the...

End of year cocktail party held in Melbourne
End of year cocktail party held in Melbourne

20th December 2018

The Institute held an End of Year Cocktail Reception for invited members and stakeholders (most based in Melbourne) on 19 December 2019 at its global headquarter in Melbourne. Institute staff at Melbourne office also attended...

Institute connects Members and Carbon Conversion Technology companies
Institute connects Members and Carbon Conversion Technology companies

20th December 2018

In 2018, the Global CCS Institute facilitated six technical CCUS meetings between interested technology companies. Chiyoda Corporation, a Global CCS Institute Member, reached out to their local Institute Client Engagement team to help connect them...

China CCUS Forum 2018 held in Beijing
China CCUS Forum 2018 held in Beijing

24th September 2018

The Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) Forum 2018 was co-hosted by the Global CCS Institute and China University of Petroleum (Beijing) and held on 17-18 September in Beijing. The Forum brought governments, embassies, industry,...

CCS cheaper than rooftop solar, says US energy expert
CCS cheaper than rooftop solar, says US energy expert

22nd February 2017

Source: The Energy Advocate A leading US energy expert has called for greater investment in carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology, claiming that it can provide electricity at less than a third of the cost of...

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