Institute updates

Norway has played an important role in accelerating the deployment of CCS in Europe. It has embraced CCS as a vital technology to help the country achieve its ambitious emission reduction targets.

The Institute extends its congratulations to Oxyfuel Technologies Pty Ltd and their nominated representative, Dr Chris Spero, on receiving a Medal of the Order of Australia on Australia Day 2018 “for service to science, particularly to oxyfuel technology.” Dr Spero is the only recipient in the ca


Author: David Hone


Next month, Japan’s Tomakomai CCS Facility’s milestone will celebrate the successful injection of 100,000 tonnes of CO2.

On 1 October, a new Research and Innovation Action, designated CHEERS, was commenced under the EC-Horizon 2020 programme's Low-Carbon Initiative. The action involves a 2nd generation chemical-looping technology tested and verified at laboratory scale (up to 150 kWth).

Future energy was the topic at the heart of the 2017 World EXPO, and our CO2degrees Education program was right there, engaging local students and energy experts alike, in a lively conversation ab

Contributed by: Dr Chris Consoli, Senior Consultant - Storage

A CarbonNet Project study shows that their storage site would not be prone to seismicity and that the selected site is suitable for the permanent storage of CO2.

The State of California is the most populous in the US, with more residents than Canada and an economy about the same size as France.

ICEF was established on the initiative of Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, and its annual meeting has been held in Japan since 2014.

On 4 and 5 October 2017, a new project has been kicked off in Amsterdam under the name of “ALIGN-CCUS”.