Experts from around the world will take part in a virtual forum tomorrow (6th Oct) that will highlight the critical need for carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) technologies, demonstrate their versatility, discuss progress and the outlook for future CCUS deployment in Japan, and across Asia.
Co-hosted by international think tank the Global CCS Institute and Japan CCS, the Japan-Asia CCUS Forum 2020 will focus attention on CCS/CCUS as essential for Japan, and the region’s clean energy transition.
Speaking ahead of the event, Brad Page, CEO of the Global CCS Institute, said, “Delivering on ambitious global climate change targets requires urgent action to prevent carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere and achieve negative emissions.”
“CCS/CCUS technologies are vital to reduce emissions to net-zero by mid-century and achieve global climate targets.”
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