Publications, Reports & Research
Our publications, reports and research library hosts over 500 specialist reports and research papers on all topics associated with CCS.
The focus of this study is on the role that bioenergy carbon capture and storage (BECCS) technology can play in achieving long term ambitions to reduce emissions. This report describes the assumptions and methods used to determine the impact of adoption of BECCS in the power sector and for large applications entailing direct combustion. A number of scenarios were modelled with and without the availability of BECCS to determine the relative contribution of BECCS. The results of the modelling are discussed in this report.
This report describes an in-depth national study of bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (also known as bio-CCS, BECCS or renewable-CCS), with a focus on Australia. The authors - The Climate Institute - seek to identify the implications for an economy to meet ambitious climate goals with and without bio-CCS.
This project was conducted with support from the Global CCS Institute.
BECCS（Bio-Energy with Carbon Capture and Storage）は、CO2回収貯留（CCS）とバイオマスの処理又は燃焼を組み合わせた技術である。この技術は、バイオマス由来のCO2排出点源にCCS技術を適用するものであり、化石燃料へのCCSに用いられるCO2の輸送及び貯留技術とおおむね同様の技術を利用している。
Novel CO2 capture taskforce report
1st December 2011
A portfolio of low‑carbon technologies are required to be developed to reach Government targets for CO2 emissions. A large proportion of Australia’s electrical energy is generated using coal and there is an increasing use of natural gas. Geological sequestration of CO2 from these fossil sources is being extensively studied in Australia. The present study was convened by the sponsors BCIA, ANLEC and the Global CCS Institute to investigate CO2 capture and storage by means alternative to geological storage. The technologies for novel CO2 capture considered by the Task Force fall into the areas of bio‑sequestration and mineral sequestration
A short factsheet developed by the Global CCS Institute, which explains the concept of combining the use of bio-energy with CCS in order to achieve negative emissions and includes a brief review of such projects around the world.
The aim of this study is to fill these knowledge gaps and provide a first order assessment of the potential for BE-CCS technologies to 2050, with an additional focus on the medium term, i.e. 2020 to 2030. We make a distinction between technical potential (the potential that is technically feasible and not restricted by economical limitations), realisable potential1 (the potential that is technically feasible and takes future energy demand and scenarios for capital stock turnover into account) and economic potential (the potential at competitive cost compared to alternatives). The difference between these potentials can be large and it is therefore imperative to understand these differences and identify the restrictions that constrain the deployment of the full potential. Next to quantitative estimates of these potentials, in the form of regional and global supply curves, we present recommendations to overcome the possible deployment obstacles and enhance drivers to stimulate the deployment of BE-CCS technologies.
最近的2020和2050项目(IEA 2009b; IEA, 2010)表明，利用CCS的生物燃料生产的贡献，对于在制造业和生物燃料生产的生物量基础的CCS总体份额，所占份量到目前为止是最为巨大的。因此，对于结合CCS的一系列生物燃料生产的概念将会在这次调查中展开更为具体的讨论。
산업 CCS를 위한 국제 기술 로드맵: 바이오매스 기반 산업적 CO2 자원 – CCS를 연계한 바이오연료 생산
1st February 2011
Global technology roadmap for CCS in industry. Biomass-based industrial CO2 sources: biofuels production with CCS
1st February 2011
The United Nations Industrial Development Organisation and the International Energy Agency are developing a Global Technology Roadmap for CCS in Industry (the Roadmap), due to be released mid–year. The project has been sponsored by the Global CCS Institute and the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy.
The Roadmap will be a valuable resource to stakeholders, including policy makers and regulators, across the globe. Targeted at policymakers, the Roadmap will be a high-level assessment of the key actions and milestones that need to be undertaken to develop CCS in Industry.
The following in-depth, technical sectoral assessments have been undertaken to inform the direction of the Roadmap.
- Iron and Steel
- Enhanced Oil Recovery
This report and supporting documents provides an overview of the status of bio-energy with CCS (BECCS) projects worldwide. It includes a description of the 16 first projects worldwide aiming to install a BECCS process.