A major report launched by think tank the Global CCS Institute at the UN climate change conference COP25 finds that deployment of CCS has continued to gather pace, with the pipeline of CCS projects continuing to grow for the second year in a row, up 37% since 2017.
DecarbonICE, a consortium of leading ship companies, has teamed up with the Maritime Development Centre to develop an on-board carbon capture and storage solution.
If you had asked Adam Bromley when he arrived in Winnipeg, Canada in 2010 what he would be doing as a job in nine years’ time, working in the cannabis industry wouldn’t have crossed his mind.
A new alliance of industry, academics and government will today officially launch a programme to deliver industrial decarbonisation in Scotland through the deployment of the UK’s first carbon capture, usage and storage technology.
Financial sector stakeholders, private sector representatives, government authorities, and climate experts recently gathered to discuss how to mobilise finance for carbon capture and storage (CCS) to deliver on climate ambition and meet the Paris Agreement commitments.