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Written by Dr Jen Roberts is a ClimateXChange postdoc based at the University of Strathclyde, working on the perception and communication of risk and uncertainty. With the help of a UKCCSRC travel bursary,
Written by Paul Tait from the University of Edinburgh. Introduction and acknowledgements Firstly, I’d like to say a big thanks to UKCCSRC for providing me with such a fantastic opportunity
University of Edinburgh PhD students Laura Herraiz and Paul Tait attend the prestigious IEAGHG CCS International Summer School in Nottingham, 21-26 July 2013 All photos (except the bus photo) here are taken by Lori
Reporting from the Natural Gas CCS Networking Meeting held in London on 30-31 May 2013 This is a totally revolutionary ‘take’ on gas powerplant decarbonisation where you decarbonise the gas
The UKCCSRC was a prominent player in the recent GHGT-11 conference in Kyoto, Japan. We hosted a well attended international networking reception alongside the conference with over 150 attendees from
From 5th to 18th November 2012, the UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre was pleased to host a visit from a delegation of engineers from India. The three-member technical team from Bharat
Mike Monea, President, Carbon Capture and Storage Initiatives for SaskPower and Colin Imrie, Scottish Government presented recent developments at SaskPower’s Boundary Dam project and work on Scotland’s CO2 storage capacity, respectively,