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Law and regulation remains a critical element of a government’s policy response to support the development and deployment of CCS. Robust legal and regulatory frameworks provide certainty for businesses eager to engage in innovation, and the deployment of ...
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Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) Policy, law and regulation
The availability of storage resources is the ultimate pre-requisite for CCS deployment. For global CCS deployment, each country needs to know where, and how much, CO 2 can be stored. Each nation needs to characterise, explore and appraise a national portf ...
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Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) Policy, law and regulation Capacity development
Government policy, given effect through law and the allocation of public resources, is critical to achieving climate targets. It plays a material role in determining the return on investment for any climate mitigation technology making confidence in gover ...
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Economics Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) Project financing Policy, law and regulation
The Callide Oxyfuel project was undertaken in three parts: Stage 1 – Demonstration of oxyfuel CO2 capture; Stage 2 – assessment of CO2 storage options and potential in Queensland and CO2 injection testing; and Stage 3 – Project wrap up and commercialisati ...
The successful deployment of carbon capture and storage as a means to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions requires the availability of significant geological storage capacity. Assessments that identify suitable sedimentary basins and their capacity are the ...
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Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)