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Brussels, Belgium: The World authority on carbon capture and storage (CCS), the Global CCS Institute, has welcomed the European Parliament’s voting into law, measures to reduce CO2 emissions across Europe, including the establishment of a multi-billion-euro fund supporting CCS in

The Global CCS Institute is delighted to announce the appointment of its CEO, Brad Page, to the newly formed UK CCUS Council and congratulates the UK Government on its recognition of the need to support Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) to meet Paris Climate Change targets.

The world authority on carbon capture and storage, the Global CCS Institute, says China’s launch of an Emission Trading Scheme (ETS) today continues the country’s recent track record in taking a proactive climate change leadership role across numerous sectors and technologies

The Global CCS Institute has congratulated Japan’s Tomakomai CCS Facility on the safe and successful capture and storage of 100,000 tonnes of CO2.

The world authority on carbon capture and storage (CCS), the Global CCS Institute, has told a gathering of 26 member governments that CCS is the only way to break an unnatural carbon cycle which is producing more anthropogenic CO2 emissions than the world can adequately ameliorate. 

Monday 13 November, 2017: Policy parity and the rapid acceleration of carbon capture and storage (CCS) facilities are imperative to meeting Paris climate change targets, climate experts heard today.

International climate luminaries meeting in London have heard that CCS should be seen as an important component of a portfolio of mitigation technologies for meeting climate change targets.

Melbourne: 13 October 2017: The Global CCS Institute welcomes UK Government’s renewed commitment to carbon capture and storage (CCS) in its Clean Growth Strategy.

New research released today finds that the East Coast of the United Kingdom stands to reap huge benefits from the deployment of carbon capture and storage technology, including:

Statoil, Shell and Total have announced a new partnership to develop full-scale carbon capture and storage in Norway.  The announcement follows Gassnova’s decision earlier this year to assign Statoil to evaluate carbon storage on the Norwegian continental shelf.