Global Status of CCS 2023 Report Launch
15th November 2023
On 9 and 10 November, the Global CCS Institute held two events for the launch of the Global Status of CCS 2023 Report. The flagship status report provides a detailed overview of the progress of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology over the last year. Released annually, this launch highlighted newly released numbers of CCS facilities in operation and under development.
These events featured remarks from the Institute's CEO, Jarad Daniels, a presentation on the report's findings, and a panel discussion with industry and policy leaders.
- An overview of enhanced CCS and climate policy frameworks
- Exciting new CO¬2 storage developments
- Funding commitments and details on CCS financing
- Relevant international climate policy developments
Global Status of CCS 2023 Report Launch (Americas, Europe) Hybrid event- 9 November 2023.
We were joined by:
- Brad Crabtree - Assistant Secretary, US Department of Energy, Office of Fossil Energy, and Carbon Management
- Rebecca Schulz - Minister of Environment and Protected Areas, Alberta
- Dr Anders Hoffman - Deputy Permanent Secretary, Ministry for Climate, Energy and Utilities, Denmark and IEA Governing Board Chair
Global Status of CCS 2023 Report Launch (Asia Pacific) Online event - 10 November 2023.
- Dr Belladonna Maulianda - Executive Director, Indonesia CCS Centre
- Norihiko Saeki - Director for CCS Policy, Agency for Natural Resources and Energy (ANRE)
- Sabrina Samadi - Head, Legal Carbon Management Division, Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS)
- Dr Howard Smith - Director Industrial Ecologies and Government Lead CCUS, Department of the Chief Minister and Cabinet, Northern Territory Government
Moderator: Alex Zapantis, GM External Affairs, Global CCS Institute