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New Carbon Capture and Storage study outlines key opportunities for Scotland

Around 70 million tonnes of CO2 per year could be captured, transported and stored offshore in Scotland by 2040, through the formation of a Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) infrastructure...

CCS Set to Harness Offshore Skills Base

04 August - According to a report by the Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage (SCCS) consortium, one of the largest UK groupings of academia and industry carrying out research into CCS, CCS...

New blog from the NCCCS: Jilin Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Pilot Project

By Sarah Mackintosh, National Centre for CCS I recently attended the China Australia Geological Storage of CO2 (CAGS) Project workshop, which was held in Changchun, Jilin, China. CAGS...

ETI to invest £23.5m in project to develop next generation carbon capture technology

Development of the next generation of carbon capture technologies, seen as crucial to helping the UK meet its 2050 climate change targets, is to receive a major boost from the Energy...

New Carbon Trust research underlines need for corporate leadership on carbon reduction

New analysis from Carbon Trust Advisory Services shows that despite the UK adopting ambitious new carbon targets in May; only 59% of FTSE 100 companies have clear, robust targets to cut carbon...

New blog from the NCCCS: CCS Clustering

By Sarah Mackintosh, National Centre for CCS Development of a CCS cluster provides the potential for point source CO 2 emitters to share the considerable cost of permitting,...

New blog from the NCCCS: Falling behind in the CCS race

By Sarah Mackintosh, National Centre for Carbon Capture and Storage May has been an interesting month for CCS. In the UK a legal commitment was made to cut emissions by over 50% by 2027...

New Blog from the NCCCS: CO2 Geonet Conference

By Sarah MackIntosh, National Centre for CCS : The annual CO 2 Geonet conference was held from 9 th – 11 th May in San Servolo, Venice. This meeting gave us an excellent...

New blog from the NCCCS: Collaboration in China

By Sarah Mackintosh, National Centre for Carbon Capture and Storage China is fast becoming one of the world’s biggest CO2 emitters and is still building coal fired power...

DECC press release: Hendry: Excellent response to EU funding call for CCS and innovative renewables

An impressive total of 14 UK projects have applied for funding from the EU’s New Entrant Reserve (NER) scheme – a fund worth between EUR4.5 billion and EUR9 billion to support carbon...

UK Government Response to Low Carbon Skills Challenge Consultation

The Government has published its response to the Consultation ‘Meeting the Low Carbon Skills Challenge’. Respondents to the consultation commented that the skills required for CCS...

Launch of IEA CCS Legal and Regulatory Review

October – The IEA has announced the launch of the CCS Legal and Regulatory Review. The CCS Review collates contributions by national and regional governments, as well as leading...
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UK Government Response to Low Carbon Skills Challenge Consultation

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Launch of IEA CCS Legal and Regulatory Review

October – The IEA has announced the launch of the CCS Legal and Regulatory Review. The CCS...