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Media Coverage: The Global Status of CCS 2020

9th December 2020

The Global Status of CCS 2020 report was released on 1 December 2020, with key findings covered by media outlets globally. Read selected news clips below:

World Economic Forum (WEF) - Capturing and storing CO2 will be key to the clean energy transition. Here's why.

EURACTIV - Are stars finally aligning for CCS in Europe?

Reuters - Global CCS capacity grew by a third, but much more needed

S&P - Global carbon capture and storage capacity grew by 33% in 2020, says new report

S&P – Carbon capture and storage projects on the rise globally – Global CCS Institute

Edie - Report: Global CCS capacity surged in 2020, despite Covid-19 

E&T Magazine - Massive carbon capture growth in 2020 still isn’t enough, report finds

Gasworld - CCS Technology on the rise for a third year

Power Technology – CCS sector rapidly recovering from pipeline slump – report

Argus Media – CCS must expand hundred-fold for 2050 climate goals

Natural Gas World – CCS picks up pace in the US

EE -  What to watch with Biden, DOE and Congress

Farmington Daily Times - PRC approves PNM solar, battery agreements for projects in CCSD boundaries 

Tampa Bay Business Journal - Editor's Pick

Washington Examiner - Daily on Energy

Green Car Congress – Report: CCS capacity increased 33% in 2020

Reuters - Neptune Energy plans feasibility study for carbon project in Dutch North Sea

oEnergetice - Kapacita zařízení na zachytávání a ukládání emisí CO2 vzrostla letos o 33 %

Energia Oltre - La capacità di cattura del carbonio non cresce abbastanza

InfoBuild Energia - CCS: passi avanti nella cattura e sequestro del carbonio, ma ne serve 100 volte di più

For a free download of the Global Status of CCS 2020 report, click here.

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