Australia is set to accelerate technology advancements for carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) through an agreement signed between the Korean CCUS Association (K-CCUS) and leading research organisation CO2CRC.
The two organisations will collaborate on research and field demonstrations at CO2CRC’s Otway International Test Centre in Australia.
K-CCUS – a member-based organisation – was born from Korea’s Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy, in addition to private sector and academic stakeholders.
“This Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) recognises K-CCUS as an important partner in advancing break-through low emission technologies assisted through Australia’s International Partnership Program,” said Dr Matthis Raab, Chief Executive, CO2CRC.
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