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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Targeted report: financing large scale integrated CCS demonstration projects


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