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The UKCCSRC's efforts to work collaboratively with international partners were strengthened today with the signing of two Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) at the Centre's Biannual Meeting in Cardiff. The first MoU is between the UKCCSRC and the Dutch national R&D programme for CO 2 capture, transport and storage, CATO-2 and...

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Hello everyone! I’m Antonio Salituro and I'm about at finishing the second year of my PhD in the Institute for Material Research of the School of Chemical and Process Engineering (SCAPE) at the University of Leeds. My project concerns the preparation of cost-effective CO 2 sorbents which could be used...
Written by Ainul Izaharuddin from the University of Leeds, whose attendance at the UKCCSRC Cardiff Biannual Meeting was supported by the ECR Meeting Fund. Status of North American CO2 Capture and Storage (CCS) Projects - Adam Berger , Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) is Electric...
This blog was provided by Luqman Abidoye whose attendance at the UKCCSRC Cardiff Biannual was supported by the Early Career Researchers Meeting Fund. This session highlights the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that are inherent in the upstream and downstream processes involved in carbon capture and storage (CCS). The session educated...
This blog was provided by Andrea de Santis whose attendance at the UKCCSRC Cardiff Biannual was supported by the Early Career Researchers Meeting Fund . In his presentation Matthew gave an update on the Government’s CCS policy , with a focus on the Scoping Document which was published by DECC...
This blog was provided by Andrea de Santis whose attendance at the UKCCSRC Cardiff Biannual was supported by the Early Career Researchers Meeting Fund . In her presentation Alissa gave an overview of Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage activities and prospects in the United States . A Research Coordination Network...
This blog was provided by Andrea de Santis whose attendance at the UKCCSRC Cardiff Biannual was supported by the Early Career Researchers Meeting Fund . Jan presented an overview on the current and future plans for the Dutch National CCS program CATO-2 (2009-2014), which follows the first CATO program, started...
Written by Dr Roger Watson from University of Edinburgh whose attendance at the UKCCSRC Cardiff Biannual Meeting was supported by the ECR Meeting Fund One of the advantages of travelling back to Scotland from a UKCCSRC biannual meeting by train is that it’s usually very quiet in the borders area...
Written by Carolina Font Palma (Research Fellow, University of Leeds), who attended the UKCCSRC Autumn Biannual Meeting 2014 with the support of the UKCCSRC ECR meeting fund. The closing keynote session focused on FEED studies in the UK, with presentations on the Peterhead and White Rose CCS Projects. Owain Tucker...
This blog was provided by Eirini Karagianni whose attendance at the UKCCSRC Cardiff Biannual was supported by the Early Career Researchers Meeting Fund . The Autumn UKCCSRC Biannual Meeting was held on 10th and 11th of September 2014 at the University of Cardiff, UK. The aim of these biannual meetings...

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