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Getting real about carbon capture and storage
Getting real about carbon capture and storage

14th May 2015

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

Chris Davies’ article, Getting real about carbon capture and storage, is part of an opinion leader’s article series for Focus on CCS. The series features contributions from world leading authorities on carbon capture and storage (CCS), presenting their perspectives on the role for the technology in reducing our carbon dioxide emissions. The series is published by the Global CCS Institute to contribute to the conversation about CCS within the portfolio of options to help tackle climate change.

Chris Davies was a United Kingdom member of the European Parliament from 1999-2014. He served as rapporteur for the CCS Directive in 2008-9 and for the Parliament’s implementation report on CCS in 2013-14. He introduced and promoted the idea for a European funding mechanism that became known as the NER300, one of the world’s largest funding programs for innovative low-carbon energy demonstration projects.

 

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The Global CCS Institute and the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN)
The Global CCS Institute and the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN)

7th May 2015

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

This information sheet describes how the Global CCS Institute assists the Climate Technology Centre and Network with carbon capture and storage matters.

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CCS in developing countries
CCS in developing countries

7th May 2015

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

The Global CCS Institute introduces the challenges and status of carbon capture storage in developing countries.

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CCS applications
CCS applications

7th May 2015

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

This fact sheet from the Global CCS Institute describes how carbon capture and storage can be applied to power production and other industrial applications. 

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Meeting the climate challenge
Meeting the climate challenge

5th May 2015

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

This fact sheet describes how the Global CCS Institute accelerates carbon capture and storage - a vital technology to tackle climate change.

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Brazilian atlas of CO2 capture and geological storage
Brazilian atlas of CO2 capture and geological storage

28th April 2015

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

The publication provides a general overview of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology, then zooms into the Brazilian context. Brazil has an overall favorable situation regarding the potential for CO2 geological storage - this Atlas maps out the sources of CO2 emissions and the potential storage locations.  A selection of case studies are included that describe current CCS activities within Brazil.

The production of this Atlas was sponsored by the Global CCS Institute and represents the consolidation of nearly a decade of research and data gathering and compilation, carried out by a large number of professionals working in the CCS field in Brazil since 2007.

 

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CCS/CCUS in the Americas
CCS/CCUS in the Americas

16th April 2015

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

This fact sheet from the Global CCS Institute describes the status of CCS projects, and the policy and regulatory environment in the Americas. CCS uses a suite of technologies that prevent large quantities of CO2 from being released into the atmosphere.

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世界のCCSの動向:2014 サマリーレポート
世界のCCSの動向:2014 サマリーレポート

5th November 2014

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

当インスティテュートは、「世界のCCSの動向2014」において、55件の大規模統合プロジェクトを確認した。現在13件のプロジェクトが「操業」中であり、2012年の12件から1件増加している。この増えた1件は、本年10月に操業開始となったカナダBoundary Damプロジェクトであるが、この開始はCCSにとってまさしく転換点といえよう。今後、2015年と2016年には、2件の大規模CCSプロジェクト(Kemper County、Petra Novaの各プロジェクト)が操業を開始する。さらに初の鉄鋼分野における大規模プロジェクトであるUAEのAbu Dhabiプロジェクトも建設中である。これら4件を含め、現状全部で22件の大規模CCSプロジェクトが操業ないし建設の段階にあるが、この件数は10年前の2倍となっている。

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全球CCS现状:2014报告摘要
全球CCS现状:2014报告摘要

5th November 2014

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

位于加拿大萨斯克彻温省的世界上第一个电力行业的边界大坝电站的大型碳捕集与封存 (CCS) 项目于2014年10月1日开始运行。其他的两个电力行业的大型CCS项目 – 密西西比州的肯珀县能源设施和德克萨斯州的佩特拉诺瓦碳捕集项目 – 分别计划于2015年和2016年开始运行。世界上第一个钢铁行业的大型CCS项目的建设也在进行中,该项目是位于阿拉伯联合酋长国 (UAE) 的阿布扎比CCS项目。这四个项目位列于全球在建或运行的22个大型CCS项目 – 这比2010年代初的数量高出一倍。

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ASEAN CCS strategic considerations
ASEAN CCS strategic considerations

1st July 2014

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

Reducing the world’s greenhouse gas emissions, while delivering energy and growth, is a challenge to be met by a portfolio of clean energy technologies. Carbon capture and storage (CCS) can play an important role in reducing emissions, alongside renewables and energy efficiency. The CCS Strategic Considerations for ASEAN paper has been prepared by the Global CCS Institute and the ASEAN Centre for Energy to facilitate a discussion on CCS by ASEAN policymakers. 

The paper provides a high-level overview of some of the key matters related to CCS, including: global status of CCS, costs, capture technology, storage, legal and regulatory developments and public engagement. Useful references are provided for those looking for more detail on a particular topic. The paper also provides an overview of CCS in the ASEAN region, and suggests next steps to assist in creating the right conditions for the deployment of CCS in the region in the future

 

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全球碳捕集与封存现状 2014.02
全球碳捕集与封存现状 2014.02

17th February 2014

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

《全球CCS现状:2014.02》报告总结了当前世界范围内大型一体化碳捕集与封存 (CCS) 项目的现状,并且提供了重要的国际CCS项目政策、法律、法规的发展概述。
如果我们要保持全球气温上升低于2℃的目标,CCS的作用是至关重要的。CCS是应对气候变化所需的最低成本低碳技术组合的一个重要组成部分。在过去的几个月中,一系列专家报告已经承认这一事实。一个广泛的领导合唱声音是受欢迎的,尤其是如果它能鼓励决策者采取行动推动CCS技术进步。尽管大部分区域进入建设和运行阶段的大型CCS项目不断取得进展,但是,迄今为止,全球取得的成果比理想中的要缓慢得多。

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شباط 2014 (CCS) الحالة العالمية لالتقاط وتخزين الكربون
شباط 2014 (CCS) الحالة العالمية لالتقاط وتخزين الكربون

17th February 2014

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

يلخص هذا التقرير (الحالة العالمية لالتقاط وتخزين الكربون (CSS): شباط 2014، الوضع الحالي لمشاريع التقاط وتخزين الكربون واسعة النطاق حول العالم، ويقدم ايضا نظرة شاملة لآخر التطورات المهمة حول مشروع التقاط وتخزين الكربون العالمي وسياسته التنظيمية والقانونية.

التقاط وتخزين الكربون هي عملية ضرورية في حال اردنا ابقاء معدلات زيادة درجة الحرارة العالمية دون الدرجتين المئويتين. وهي تعتبر جزءا حيويا من ملف تكنولوجيا الكربون المنخفض الاقل تكلفة والمهم في التعامل مع التغير المناخي. ففي الشهور القليلة الماضية، ظهرت سلسلة من التقارير من قبل خبراء تعترف بهذه الحقيقة. ونحن حقيقة نرحب بكل الاصوات الداعمة خصوصا اذا ساعدت متخذي القرار على اتخاذ الخطوة لاستعمال تكنولوجيا التقاط وتخزين الكربون. وبالرغم من التقدم المستمر لمشاريع التقاط وتخزين الكربون واسعة النطاق والتي تتقدم نحو تعمير وتشغيل معظم المناطق، الا ان الجهد العالمي الكلي حتى الان يعتبر اقل من المطلوب.

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