Institute updates

A remarkable progress for CCUS development in South China took place on 12 September 2017 when the EPC contract for China Resources Power Haifeng CO2 Capture Testing Platform was signed.

The Ministry of the Environment, Japan held the 17th Long-term Low Carbon Vision subcommittee under Global Environment committee of the Central Environment Council in Tokyo on 5 September 2017.


The 26th Clean Coal Day International Symposium was held on 5 and 6 September in Tokyo, Japan.

This week, we launched a new global campaign - internally. This might sound slightly incongruous but as we continue to communicate the pivotal role of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in meeting Paris climate change targets, we are mindful that the inside of our organisation needs to be as fired-up as the outside.

The month of May finished on a chocolate high for the Institute’s public engagement specialist, Kirsty Anderson.

As the world authority on the clean technology known as carbon capture and storage (CCS), the Global CCCS Institute cannot let Michael Barnard’s commentary in Quora/Forbes, go unchallenged.

Join the Underground is part of a new campaign to drive greater awareness of carbon capture and storage (CCS) as a pivotal technology in meeting international (Paris) climate change targets. 

The European Advancing CCS Technologies (ACT) programme has awarded funding to examine the feasibility of the UK’s Acorn Project.

The launch of the Yanchang CCUS facility represents a series of historic "firsts" for China and Yanchang Petroleum.