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Japan’s Tomakomai CCS Facility continues to lure global visitors to its gleaming, state-of-the-art plant and this month, the beginning of Spring, was no exception.

The Institute and the Graduate School of Advanced Integrated Studies inhuman Survivability at Kyoto University executed a Memorandum of Understanding in Melbourne in February.

On Friday, 16 February, the Institute’s CEO, Brad Page, as a keynote speaker at the Committee for Gippsland’s Gippsland Captains of Industry Series.

Institute’s Hiroshi Nambo, recently gave a presentation on the global status of CCS at a study meeting of GLOBE Japan (International Parliament Members Group).

Norway has played an important role in accelerating the deployment of CCS in Europe. It has embraced CCS as a vital technology to help the country achieve its ambitious emission reduction targets.

The Institute extends its congratulations to Oxyfuel Technologies Pty Ltd and their nominated representative, Dr Chris Spero, on receiving a Medal of the Order of Australia on Australia Day 2018 “for service to science, particularly to oxyfuel technology.” Dr Spero is the only recipient in the ca

 

Author: David Hone

 

Next month, Japan’s Tomakomai CCS Facility’s milestone will celebrate the successful injection of 100,000 tonnes of CO2.