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Global CCS Institute Celebrates New Milestone Surpassing 200 Members

21st June 2023

Today, the Global CCS Institute announced that it has hit a new milestone in the organization’s growth as it surpasses 200 members. The international thinktank has seen a period of record expansion over the past year with 65 new members added since April 2022.

Reflecting on this surge in support for carbon capture and storage, the Institute’s CEO Jarad Daniels observed that “It is becoming increasingly clear to many key organizations, from local industry to national governments, that CCS is an absolutely critical tool to help mitigate climate change and we cannot reach net-zero without significant deployment of Carbon Capture and Storage and Carbon Dioxide Removals.  This is especially true for some sectors like cement, steel, and fertilizer production where CCS provides the only viable path for deep decarbonization now.”

The now 202 organizations on the Institute’s membership roster reflect both the geographic and sectoral diversity within the CCS value-chain and across its stakeholders, representing 33 countries and including businesses that range from small start-ups to large energy conglomerates.

“Today’s announcement is a promising indicator that interest in CCS accelerating quickly”, continues Mr. Daniels, “While there is still much that needs to be done to reach the required scale for net-zero emissions, there has never been a more exciting time for CCS.  The Institute is grateful to all its members who support our work and we look forward to working together to help accelerate CCS deployment globally.”

Global CCS Institute Members by Country:

  • United States – 68
  • Japan – 32
  • Australia – 25
  • United Kingdom – 15
  • Canada – 11
  • Germany – 6
  • China – 5
  • France – 5
  • Other – 35

Global CCS Institute Members by Industry:

  • Engineering/Tech Services –44
  • Technology Providers – 43
  • Extractives – 37
  • Industrial –19
  • Governments – 12
  • Power Producers – 14
  • Research/Universities – 10
  • Other – 23
    • Finance (6)
    • Shipping (6)
    • Associations (4)
    • Misc. (3)
    • NGOs/Unions (2)
    • Consulting (2)



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About the Global CCS Institute:  The Global CCS Institute is an international think tank whose mission is to accelerate the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS), a vital technology to tackle climate change and deliver climate neutrality. For more information, visit

Media Contact: Jess Oglesby (Washington D.C.)

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