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Global carbon capture and storage pipeline grows by 10 large-scale facilities

The Global CCS Institute has added 10 carbon capture and storage facilities to its global database, bringing the total number of CCS facilities in various stages of development to 59.

New carbon capture project launches in Alberta, Canada

A refinery and a fertiliser plant connected to the now operational Alberta Carbon Trunk Line (ACTL) have become the world’s 20th and 21st large-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) facilities in operation.

Drax commences pioneering carbon capture and storage project

Drax is set to commence a pilot bioenergy carbon capture and storage (CCS) project at its plant in Yorkshire, northern England.

Norway presses ahead with CCS development

The Norwegian government has announced that it will invest an additional $34m in developing its carbon capture and storage (CCS) capability.

UK CCS set for revival under energy minister Perry

Energy Minister, Claire Perry, says the UK Government wants to look at Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) “really seriously”, just over two years after Westminster axed a £1billion grant to develop the technology.

2000+ CCS plants needed by 2040 to meet world climate targets...

The world must step up deployment of carbon capture and storage technology in order to meet the emissions targets set out in the Paris Agreement, the Global CCS Institute warned this week.

UK CCS produces cost-benefit report

The UK’s Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA) has welcomed the launch of the CCS Study “Clean Air, Clean Industry, Clean Growth: How Carbon Capture Will Boost the UK Economy”.

Global CCS chief says technology still viable despite the sceptics

The head of the North American unit of the Global CCS Institute says carbon capture and storage technology is just as relevant and viable as ever, despite recent setbacks feeding sceptics who are broadcasting its doom.

Britain’s CCS research centre awarded $7m funding

The UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC) has been awarded £6.1m ($7.5m) by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
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ETI puts CCS case forward once again

The Energy Technologies Institute is calling on the British government to facilitate carbon capture and storage technology (CCS) as the best means of meeting climate change targets.

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