What We Do – Make research freely available

Make research freely available

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Our ethos is to make research outputs freely available for the long term.

The UKCCSRC Data and Information Archive holds data and other outputs generated by UKCCSRC and EPSRC funded CCS research projects and other CCS projects with UK involvement, and makes accessible to everyone.

You can find the data archive in the resources section of this website along with presentations, posters, reports and other items of interest to the CCS community.

We make available all resources connected to both our core research programme and our flexible funded projects, too. This includes presentations slides and recordings from our events (where we have permission to share), as well as blog reports and any publications. See our core research themes and work packages here, and our flexible funding, segmented by year, here.

Also, with thanks to Bechtel, we’ve also made available the FEED study documents from the Kårstø CCS project originally planned by Gassnova in Norway. See the Kårstø open access page here.

“This is part of a broader movement to make research more widely available, making the research process more robust by enabling validation of results and maximising the value obtained from publicly funded information.”
Mary Mowat, UKCCSRC Data Archivist, British Geological Survey