News

When reading the NAO case study on the cancellation of the CCS Competition included in the report just issued on ‘ Sustainability in the spending review ’ the memorable quote...
The Government Spending Review on 25 November 2015 announced “a new £1.5 billion Global Challenges Research Fund, to ensure UK science takes the lead in addressing the problems faced by...
Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) deployment must be progressed as an urgent priority if the world is to achieve the global warming limits identified in the Paris Agreement, a new...

Events

The UKCCSRC Annual ECR Meeting 2016 will take place in Edinburgh on Tuesday 13 September 2016 (on the margins of the UKCCSRC biannual meeting), from 11:00 to 17:15, followed by...
Aim: CCS is already proven and can be delivered with currently available technology. There are, however, areas where the technology we are deploying, by its very nature adapted from other...
14th Sep 2016 to 15th Sep 2016
The UKCCSRC Autumn 2016 Biannual, Making the Case for CCS will be held in Edinburgh at the University of Edinburgh's John McIntyre Conference Centre on Wednesday 14 - Thursday 15...

Blog

Written by Dr Paul Fennell at Imperial College London, Principal Investigator on Call 2 Project: Advanced Sorbents for CCS via Controlled Sintering This project involved examining the potential for high...
Written by Domenico Baù , University of Sheffield, who received a funded place to attend the IEAGHG 2nd Modelling and Monitoring Network Workshop (Edinburgh, 5-8 July 2016) as part of...
Written by Dr Maria-Chiara Ferrari , Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh. Principal Investigator on Call 1 Project: Mixed matrix membranes preparation for post-combustion capture Membrane processes are considered as...