The good news is that around 3/4 of CO2 emissions from human activity involving fossil fuels and industry are relatively easy to address. The bad news is, 1/4 of emissions
UK CCS Research Centre members will welcome the clear recommendations in the Committee on Climate Change’s (CCC) latest report, ‘Reducing UK emissions – 2018 Progress Report to Parliament’. Noting that
This Year the CO2GeoNet held its annual Open Forum at San Servolo Island, Venice. The theme of the 13th CO2GeoNet Open Forum was “Growing CCS for a sustainable future –
This article has been taken the SCCS website New research shows that captured carbon dioxide can be stored safely for thousands of years by injecting the liquefied gas deep underground

New Act Call

The information on this page has been taken from the Accelerating CCS Technologies Website.  A New ACT Call was published 4 June 2018 The full Call text is available from this PDF file.
The UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC) welcomes the announcement made yesterday (Wednesday 23 May) by Energy Minister Claire Perry that the UK is to lead an international
On the April 24th and 25th, the China-UK (Guangdong) CCUS center (Guangdong South Carbon Capture and Storage Industry Center) hosted the 4th international professional workshop for carbon capture, utilization and
On 27th March the UKCCSRC announced the latest winners of its Early Career Researcher Poster Competition. The announcement was made as the finale to the two-day conference “Delivering the New
Innovate UK, on behalf of UK Research and Innovation, is inviting proposals on the potential future challenges to get support through the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund. The aim of this call is
UKCCSRC Director Jon Gibbins together with Karl Anders Hoff, SINTEF, Purvil Khakharia, TNO, and Monica Garcia, IEAGHG, joined members of the Japanese Ministry for the Environment’s “Demonstration of Sustainable CCS”

Don't forget, this Thurs 2-4pm we're running, with @beisgovuk & @AECOM, the Next Generation Capture Technologies: 2nd Stakeholder Engagement Workshop – Application of Next Generation Technologies. See more & sign up: https://ukccsrc.ac.uk/event/next-generation-capture-technologies-opportunities-and-barriers-to-development-2nd-stakeholder-engagement-workshop/

Reminder: next Thursday (20th) we're running, with @beisgovuk & @AECOM, the Next Generation Capture Technologies: 2nd Stakeholder Engagement Workshop – Application of Next Generation Technologies. See more & sign up: https://ukccsrc.ac.uk/event/next-generation-capture-technologies-opportunities-and-barriers-to-development-2nd-stakeholder-engagement-workshop/

One for our biomass experts! Our final Flexible Funding 2021 project in this week's spotlight: Dr Salman Masoudi Soltani's 'Techno-economics of Biomass Combustion Products in the Synthesis of Effective Low-cost Adsorbents for Carbon Capture' https://bit.ly/3zNMCW7

How do we integrate chemical sensors & flying nodes to monitor any CO2 leakage? @NOCnews Dr Anna Lichtschlag's project, Sensor Enabled Seabed Landing AUV nodes for improved offshore Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) monitoring, is investigating. Read more https://bit.ly/3faXJ2b

In his Flex Funding 2021 project, Scale up of F4_MIL-140(Ce) for next generation carbon capture (F4-Next-CC) @_EAndreoli of @SUEngineering is looking at scaling up manufacture of MOFs cost-effectively. Read more here: https://bit.ly/34HY6z9

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