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The National Audit Office report on the second CCS competition involving the Peterhead and White Rose projects, released today (20 January 2017), is most relevant for its clear recommendations which are shown below. Going forward, the UK CCS Research Centre can serve a major role in key recommended...
ZEP has published a report entitled "Future CCS Technologies". The report has been developed following COP21 and the aim of limiting the global temperature increase to well below 2°C. The report analyses emerging CCS technologies and concludes that "CCS is ready for immediate implementation, thus,...
UKCCSRC Director, Jon Gibbins , met the FLEXIS team at the University of South Wales in Pontypridd on 5 January 2017 to discuss how CCS might contribute to future Welsh energy systems . The £24M FLEXIS (Flexible Integrated Energy Systems), a five year research programme , is supported by £15m of EU...
We are delighted to congratulate UKCCSRC member Professor Haroun Mahgerefteh of University College London (UCL) and his teams on the CO2PipeHaz (Quantitative failure consequence hazard assessment for next generation CO 2 pipelines) and CO2Quest (Techno-economic Assessment of CO 2 Quality Effect on...
The 13th Greenhouse Gas Technologies conference (GHGT-13), run by IEAGHG , took place in Lausanne, Switzerland, from the 14 to 18 November 2016. Attendees were treated to plenary talks, technical presentations, poster sessions and networking receptions over the course of the five day conference...
The Global CCS Institute (GCCSI) today released its Global Status of CCS: 2016 Report at a press conference at COP22 in Marrakech. The following is taken from the GCCSI's media release: The pace of carbon capture and storage development must be accelerated if Paris climate change targets are to be...

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