Over the past six months, the Global CCS Institute has welcomed 12 new members from the industrial, financial and energy sectors, taking its total number of members to 65.

The continued growth of the Institute’s membership reflects the growing interest in CCS around the world in a wide number of industries and sectors. New members joining the Institute include: 

North America:

  • Cemvita Factory, a US-based company and developer of a CO2 utilisation platform
  • IPA Global, a leading capital projects advisory firm
  • Wolf Midstream, a Canadian energy infrastructure company that has built and will operate the CO2 pipeline for the Alberta Carbon Truck Line project

Europe:

  • BP, a global energy company with operations in Europe, North and South America, Australasia, Asian and Africa
  • C-Capture, a UK-based clean energy company and designer of chemical processes for CO2 removal
  • HeidelbergCement, one of the world’s largest building materials companies
  • HSBC, one of the world’s largest banking and financial services institutions
  • Motor Oil Hellas, a petroleum refining and trading company based in Greece

Asia:

  • China Petroleum Engineering, a company based in Beijing specialising in engineering for the energy, manufacturing, and construction industries
  • CNPC Research Institute of Safety and Environment Technology (RISE), the research institute of the China National Petroleum Corporation
  • Dalmia Cement (Bharat), a global cement manufacturer

Australia:

  • Woodside Energy, Australia’s largest natural gas producer and a pioneer of LNG in Australia

“The Institute is thrilled to welcome its newest members, each leaders in their respective fields and industries,” said Brad Page, CEO of the Global CCS Institute.

“Over the past year, the pipeline of large-scale CCS facilities is continuing to grow due to sustained government support and more ambitious climate plans to address emissions in energy-intensive and hard-to-abate sectors.”

“As environmental, social and governance considerations gain momentum and become an integral part of investment decision-making, CCS will also play an important role as companies and institutional investors assess and take steps to address climate-related risks and explore new opportunities to avoid physical and transition risks.”

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