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Targeted report: financing large scale integrated CCS demonstration projects
Targeted report: financing large scale integrated CCS demonstration projects

1st May 2014

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

In this report Societe Generale examines the international finance community to determine the awareness, understanding and appetite for financing carbon capture and storage projects with debt. Undertaken on behalf of the Global CCS Institute to broaden understanding on carbon capture and storage (CCS) issues, this report assists those in the decarbonisation arena to understand perceptions of debt finance. The project was led by Allan Baker, who has been involved in the CCS sector for the past five years, particularly in respect of bringing finance related issues to the attention of the policy and decision makers in the industry around the world. He was able to draw on this experience in addition to the experience and contacts built up over his 20-plus years in the project finance area, to provide a useful insight into how the finance community perceives CCS and the major issues that could stand in the way of financing such projects.

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금융 시나리오 보고서 – GETICA CCS 실증 프로젝트
금융 시나리오 보고서 – GETICA CCS 실증 프로젝트

11th April 2013

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

루마니아의 전력 발전은 주로 석탄에 의존하고 있기 때문에, CCS를 사용하면 화력발전소를 계속 가동하면서CO2 배출량을 크게 감소시킬 수 있다.   
이 금융 시나리오 보고서는 대규모 CCS 프로젝트를 위한 최적의 해법을 분석하고 있는데, 이 프로젝트를 위한 재무 자원을 찾고 확보하는 문제를 다루고 있다. 
현재 확보한 자금원은 유럽연합 및 국가 차원의 자금이며, 프로젝트 금융 구조의 적합성, 프로젝트의 자격, 자금의 출처(공공/민간), 자금의 유효성, 시간의 유효성과 확신의 정도를 분석하였다. 
세 개의 시나리오는 CCS 프로젝트를 위한 자금원의 가능성을 기반으로 완성되었다. 질적 평가가 실시되었으며, 이 평가를 바탕으로 최고의 시나리오가 선정되었다. 
제안된 금융 시나리오는 NER 300보조금과 유럽연합의 배출권 거래 제도(EU ETS)의 경매 소득에 근거하였다. 투자비를 충당할 수 있는 그 외 다른 자금원은 소규모의 보조금들과 주식 발행, 그리고 대출이다. 이 시나리오는 가장 성공 가능성이 높은 자금원들을 조합한 것이며, Getica 프로젝트가 진행되는 동안 실행 비용 및 운영, 금융 비용이 충당될 것이다.

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発展途上国におけるCO2回収貯留の資金調達の実現に向けて
発展途上国におけるCO2回収貯留の資金調達の実現に向けて

1st March 2013

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

このレポートは、2013年4月にニューデリーで17〜18開催された第4回クリーンエネルギー閣僚会議のために開発されましたこれは、ロンドンで2012年のCEM提出'発展途上国における炭素回収·貯留資金'に先行する報告書に大臣勧告に関する最新情報を提供していますこれは、発展途上国の資金調達のCCSを考慮し、援助国の参考文書であり、CCSや開発の影響のための資金調達の間のリンクを識別するテンプレートビジネスケース'を含む

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CCS プロジェクトのビジネスケース構築
CCS プロジェクトのビジネスケース構築

1st November 2012

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

世界中の数多くの企業や投資家が、炭素回収貯留(CCS)を装備した大規模発電所を創る意欲を持っている。これを持続可能なモデルで実現するには、当該技術に内在するリスクを受容するために、投資に対する適切な利益が得られなければならない。しかしCCS は、十分な介入なくしてはCCS 施設の整備や新たな産業の出現を阻む、重大な障害に直面している。CCS 施設のコストは、世界のどこでも現在の電力卸売価格での売電収益では十分に賄えず、CO2 排出の回避や削減から収入が得られることによっても賄われない。

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CCS demonstration in developing countries: priorities for a financing mechanism for carbon dioxide capture and storage
CCS demonstration in developing countries: priorities for a financing mechanism for carbon dioxide capture and storage

1st April 2011

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

Existing financing for carbon capture and storage (CCS) is grossly insufficient to enable demonstration projects in developing countries. The few available funds are either spread over the full array of low-carbon technologies, or fall short of the magnitude or the mandate needed to propel commercial-scale CCS demonstrations forward. Current carbon offset mechanisms are not sufficient to spur CCS deployment in developing countries in today’s context either. Overall, existing CCS financing mechanisms help grow capacity, but their support is insufficient to leverage enough funding from capital markets to implement projects in a non-OECD context.

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Implementation of Directive 2009/31/EC on the Geological Storage of Carbon Dioxide. Guidance document 4: article 19 financial security and article 20 financial mechanism
Implementation of Directive 2009/31/EC on the Geological Storage of Carbon Dioxide. Guidance document 4: article 19 financial security and article 20 financial mechanism

29th March 2011

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

This document is part of a series of four guidance documents issued by the European Commission, each covering different aspects of the geological storage of CO2. This document provides guidance on financial security and financial mechanism.

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Subsidizing carbon capture and storage demonstration through the EU ETS new entrants reserve: A proportionality test
Subsidizing carbon capture and storage demonstration through the EU ETS new entrants reserve: A proportionality test

1st January 2010

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

Upon its adoption in the Directive revising the European Greenhouse Gas Emission Trading Scheme (Directive 2009/29), Article 10(a)8 was heavily criticized by a number of environmental organizations and legal scholars for disturbing the EU ETS’ market mechanism. Article 10(a)8 provides for the possibility to co-finance the up to 12 planned European Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) demonstration projects as well as innovative renewable energy demonstration projects through the EU ETS new entrants reserve. The criticism of Article 10(a)8 raises doubts as to the article’s consistency with the EU ETS (and its overarching goals) as such and, in essence, questions the measure’s proportionality. It is not unthinkable that the EU law principle of proportionality will in future be used to challenge the validity of Article 10a(8). This article argues that it is in that case unlikely that the Court of Justice of the European Union would declare Article 10a(8) to infringe the principle of proportionality.

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