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2021 Global Status of CCS Report: Launch Event (Asia Pacific)

15th October 2021

On 13 October, the Global CCS Institute held an online event to launch the flagship Global CCS Status Report in the Asia Pacific region.

The 2021 Global Status of CCS Report demonstrates the vital role of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies as the world accelerates on the path to net zero and documents the current status and important milestones for the technology this year. The Global Status report remains the preeminent resource for carbon capture and storage around the world.

The virtual event included a presentation of the report’s findings, including:

  • The annual progress of CCS, including updates on the number of new facilities added to the project pipeline
  • Emerging CCS trends
  • The first ever global overview of CCS networks
  • International climate policy and finance updates
  • Regional analysis across Asia Pacific, the Americas, Europe and the Gulf Cooperation Council states

This year we were joined by a panel of industry leaders to discuss the role of CCS in achieving our climate ambitions.


Keynote speaker:

  • Jarad Daniels - Chief Executive Officer - Global CCS Institute

Presentation of the 2021 Global Status of CCS report:

  • Alex Zapantis - General Manager, Commercial - Global CCS Institute

Panel speakers:

  • Matt Steyn - Senior Advocacy and Communications Adviser - Global CCS Institute (Moderator)
  • Saul Kavonic - Director APAC Markets and Head of Integrated Energy, Resources and Carbon Research - Credit Suisse
  • Tracy Lothian - Vice President Marketing, Finance & Commercial Development - Low Carbon Solutions at ExxonMobil
  • Dan Quinn - General Manager, Resources Strategy - Australian Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Energy and Resources (DISER)
  • Alex Zapantis - General Manager, Commercial - Global CCS Institute

A PDF of the presentation can be found here.

To watch the recording please see below:

Full video address from Mr Masayuki Hyodo, CEO of Sumitomo Corporation:

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