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Event

An update including presentations given at this event by UKCCSRC Director Jon Gibbins and Coordination Group member Stuart Haszeldine can be found here . Academic and Associate members of the UKCCSRC are invited to attend the High Commission of Canada to the UK and CCSA’s one day Canada-UK workshop on...

News

Richard Adamson, the Managing Director of CMC Research Institutes (formerly Carbon Management Canada), visited the UKCCSRC PACT facilities at Beighton, Sheffield on Friday 30 January – once snowploughs had opened the roads across the Pennines to allow him to get there! The time waiting was well-spent, though, with a detailed...
In late April the UKCCSRC was delighted to host Max Ball, manager of SaskPower Clean Coal Technologies, when he visitied the UK. Max's travel to the UK was supported by the UK FCO and Science & Innovation Network. Max currently manages technology and business development relating to SaskPower’s clean coal...
The UK CCS Research Centre (UKCCSRC) and Carbon Management Canada (CMC-NCE) have established an exchange program allowing Early Career Researchers (ECRs) from their respective organisations to collaborate with each other on carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects. Up to £5,000 is available per proposal to fund graduate students and post...
A UK delegation, consisting of Trevor Drage (University of Nottingham), Professor Jon Gibbins (University of Edinburgh), Stuart Haszeldine (University of Edinburgh), Mohamed Pourkashanian (University of Leeds), David Reiner (University of Cambridge), Jacqui Williams (EPSRC), Richard Smith and Jim Cooper (Howden Group), Alan Brewin (National Physical Laboratories) and David J Evans...
Dr Steve Larter visited the UKCCSRC on Monday, 18 February, to give a seminar on carbon management in Canada. Dr Larter is a Canada Research Chair and Professor of Petroleum Geology at the University of Calgary. Prior to joining the university in 2004, he worked for the Universities of Newcastle...
Following a recent UKCCSRC mission to Canada , there may be scope for projects in the current UKCCSRC call for proposals and the EPSRC 'Challenges in Geological Storage for CCS' call 1 to be linked to ongoing research at CANMET 2 or with PTRC's Aquistore 3 project. Support for Canada...
The UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC) and SaskPower have established a joint initiative to link practical experience on SaskPower’s Boundary Dam project with a wide-ranging academic carbon capture and storage (CCS) research programme. The three-year Memorandum of Understanding was signed on May 23, 2013, between UKCCSRC and...

Blog post

2017 IEAGHG International CCS summer school, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, 17th to 22nd July 2017. On the final approach to Regina international airport one thing you notice is the number of trees and how green the city is, where for the second consecutive year, the 2017 IEAGHG International CCS summer school...
The University of Cambridge (Energy Policy Research Group) and University of Saskatchewan (Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy) have begun a collaboration to research public attitudes towards CCS and low-carbon technologies in the United Kingdom and Canada with funding from the UKCCSRC International Collaboration Research Fund. In both locations,...

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