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12 May 2016: More than a billion tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) could be stored in identified North Sea locations by 2030, according to a new report published today, which releases important new CO2 storage site data into the public domain for the first time

Bold policy commitments from political leaders are the only route to achieving the ambitious targets of the Paris Climate Agreement, according to Brad Page, Chief Executive Officer of the Global CCS Institute.

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology has taken another leap forward today, with Japan’s first fully integrated CCS project coming online in the Tomakomai area, in south-west Hokkaido.

Geological carbon dioxide (CO2) storage resources in the North Sea are among the most thoroughly understood in the world, according to a new report launched today by the Global CCS Institute.

Jeff Erikson has been appointed General Manager, The Americas at the Global CCS Institute.

The Global CCS Institute has appointed its first Legal Fellow - Dr Meredith Gibbs, a prominent Australian environmental and climate change lawyer and a partner at HWL Ebsworth Lawyers in Melbourne.

An international group of leading environmental organisations, the ENGO Network, today challenged global decision-makers to act urgently on carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects to help meet climate targets.

The Global CCS Institute has joined 18 international business-focused organisations led by the International Emissions Trading Association in a joint statement to the UNFCCC on the importance of carbon markets.

26 November 2015: The Global CCS Institute has expressed its disappointment in the news that the United Kingdom’s carbon capture and storage (CCS) competition won’t continue on its current basis.