Australian Government releases Low Emissions Technology Statement as part of Technology Investment Roadmap
22nd September 2020
Today, Australian Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction Angus Taylor released the Government’s first Low Emissions Technology Statement, the first milestone in Australia’s Technology Investment Roadmap. View the Low Emissions Technology Statement The Statement outlines...
Topic(s): Australia, CCS Policy
Australian Labor Leader signals bipartisan support for CCS
24th June 2020
Australian Labor leader Anthony Albanese MP today spoke of his party's support for the Australian Government's Technology Investment Roadmap, and within it, the use of CCS to address rising emissions and tackle climate change. Speaking...
Australian Government releases Technology Investment Roadmap Discussion Paper
21st May 2020
Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction, Angus Taylor, today released the Technology Investment Roadmap Discussion Paper, aiming to deliver a "strategic and system-wide view to future investments in low emissions technologies". The release of the...
Topic(s): Australia, ccs, CCS Policy, COP 26
Australian Government accepts all CCS related recommendations from King Review
19th May 2020
In a positive policy development for the advancement off CCS in Australia, the Federal Government has accepted 21 of 26 recommendations of the Expert Panel examining additional sources of low cost abatement, and all relating...
Australia’s CarbonNet CCS Project reaches another milestone
30th January 2020
The CarbonNet Project, in the Gippsland region of Victoria, Australia, continues to make significant progress. In late January the Noble Tom Prosser drilling rig completed operations on the Project's offshore appraisal well at the prospective...
Topic(s): Australia, CarbonNet, CCS Project, CO2 Storage