News

The UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC) welcomes the announcement that the government has identified Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) as an area of strategic importance in the...
How should the UK approach the development of CCS technology? Until 2016, the UK government was an enthusiastic backer of carbon capture and storage technology, with a competition in place...
On 11th September, the UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC) announced the winners of its latest Early Career Researcher (ECR) Poster Competition. ECRs conducting research into Carbon Capture...

Events

IEAGHG are pleased to announce our next webinar, presented by Rahul Anantharaman and Simon Roussanaly, SINTEF Energy Research The presentation will focus on the results of the ReCap project, where...
Are you a scientist or engineer with little or no media experience? Are you working in a field which can provoke media controversy? Are you interested in how the media...
It is an evergrowing fact: Paris climate targets cannot be met without carbon capture and storage (CCS). To better understand the indispensable role this clean technology will play in a...

Blog

This diverse session was comprised of three talks, covering issues related to the transport of CO 2 , the economics of investing in low carbon technologies and the flexibility of...
Oxy-fuel technologies This capture session of the UKCCSRC Autumn 2017 biannual was focussed around the use and application of oxy-fuel technologies. It began with a talk by Professor Mohamed Pourkashanian...
After a very good lunch with lots of interesting chat, which is common to a UKCCSRC biannual meeting, the scene was set for the third Transport & Storage outbreak session...