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Location  Australia       What is COP24 and why is the Institute involved?   The Conference of the Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) negotiations is the international platform where nations come together t ...
Location:  United Kingdom Author: Alex Townsend, Senior Consultant- Economics, Global CCS Institute The debate around CCS has historically focussed on how its cost compares to the cost of other climate mitigation technologies, mainly in the context of pow ...
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Economics
Following significant developments of “the decarbonised hydrogen (H 2)” as well as “hubs and clusters” in the UK and Netherlands, new large-scale CCS facilities have been included in the Institute database, with approvals from facility proponents. There a ...
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Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) CO2 capture CO2 storage CO2 utilisation CO2 transport CO2 hubs Capacity development
Location  Australia Our global ambition to avoid the serious impacts of climate change was confirmed with the adoption of the Paris Agreement in 2015. To meet the objectives of the agreement, we know that CCS will require an unprecedented rate of deployme ...
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Education Economics CO2 storage Policy, law and regulation Capacity development
If there is one thing to learn about preventing dangerous climate change from the past few decades, it is that emissions reduction is hard. Much has been done in the name of reducing global emissions but the simple reality is that despite trillions of dol ...
Location:  China The 2018 Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) Forum was co-hosted by the Global CCS Institute and China University of Petroleum (Beijing), and held on 17-18 September in Beijing. The Forum brought governments, embassies, industr ...
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Education Engineering and project delivery Economics Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)