Institute updates

Norway has been leading the way for CCS for more than twenty years and after initiating a full-scale demonstration project in 2015, the world has been looking to Norway to lead the way into the future of full-scale deployment of this groundbreaking technology.

The Government of Canada has announced $375,000 for a unique carbon capture technology from CO2 Solut

The Alberta Carbon Trunk Line (ACTL), one of the world’s largest carbon capture and storage projects, announced in early Augus

Carbon Capture is still in play in Saskatchewan, amid SaskPower’s decision regarding the future for two 139MW turbines at Boundary Dam (BD4 and BD5) – due to small size of these units, the cost to retrofit the turbines and insta


NET Power, La PorteA revolutionary milestone in the large-scale development

The Global CCS Institute is one of a select few climate change organisations selected to present at next week’s UNFCCC Talanoa dialogue in Bonn.



“This year will be pivotal for carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) in the UK. It is important that we maintain the momentum on CCUS.”

The Global CCS Institute held its seventh annual DC Forum on 13 March 2018 in Washington, DC, with the theme of the forum being “Moving to a Clean Energy Economy: What Now for Carbon Capture?”

Last month saw the publication of a new set of “Shared Socioeconomic Pathways” (SSPs) for input into the climate models which feed into the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) sixth assessment.