IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme

Information Papers

IEAGHG now produce Information Papers (IP’s) on a variety of topics. This is part of a response to members wishes to provide more timely reporting, and to ensure that we keep abreast of the issues, both within the CCS arena, and matters further afield which still impact on the wider climate change topic.

Most IEAGHG Information Papers are free to access, and will be uploaded here as and when we publish them. Occasionally however an IP will be deemed Confidential, for Executive Committee only, and these will not be available to download. Due to this, there will be the occasional gap in the numbering appearing below.

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2017 IP's

2017-IP42 Electric Cars Lead the Transport Charge

2017-IP41 Renewable Deployment not all Plain Sailing

2017-IP40 CCAC Annual Science Update 2016

2017-IP39 Fusion Power now not Ready Before 20250 at Earliest

2017-IP38 Volatility of amines for CO2 capture

2017-IP37 Water-Lean Solvents for PCCC Fundamentals, Uncertainties, Opportunities and Outlook

2017-IP35 New Analysis Suggests Warming Has Been Much Faster Than Previously Predicted

2017-IP34 New Threat to Ozone Layer Could Undermine Gains made by Montreal Protocol to date

2017-IP33 CEMCAP

2017-IP32 Mission 2020 – A new global strategy to “rapidly” reduce carbon emissions

2017-IP31 ZEP Press Release on Launch of Fast Track TS report

2017-IP30 Soil organic carbon sequestration

2017-IP29 Intensification of CO2 Stripping from Amine Solutions by Ultrasonic

2017-IP28 Press release - CCP Publishes 2016 Annual Report

2017-IP27 CCS Decision Time an Australian Perspective

2017-IP26 CCUS, Status, Issues and Needs

2017-IP25 Summary and Background of SPE’s SRMS Document

2017-IP24 Society of Petroleum Engineers CO2 Storage Resources Management System

2017-IP23 Clean Hydrogen and CCS

2017-IP22 Energy Transition Commission Report Better Energy, Greater Prosperity 

2017-IP21 Methane Emissions continue to increase

2017-IP20 The Global Carbon Budget for 2016 and its implications

2017-IP19 EU ZEP report on CCS and Europe's Contribution to the Paris Agreement

2017-IP18 ETI AUV Harbour Trials

2017-IP17 PRESS RELEASE IEA finds CO2 emissions flat for third straight year

2017-IP16 Impacts of Non-CO2 GHGs from Aviation

2017-IP15 WMO Statement on the State of the Global Climate

2017-IP14 EU Project to Advance Environmental Monitoring for Offshore CO2 Storage Projects

2017-IP12 Ladybird Book on Climate Change

2017-IP11 Global heat continues, sea ice hits new record lows

2017-IP10 Whats in a name (CCS, CCUS, or CCU)

2017-IP9 The Anthropocene Equation

2017-IP8 New Road Map for CCS in Australia

2017-IP7 What happens after all the ice goes?

2017-IP6 The Technological Challenge to meet 2C warming

2017-IP04 Brief review of COP-22 and CCS

2017-IP03 Has Global Warming Slowed Over The Last Decade or Not?

2017-IP02 CO2 Building Blocks – Assessing CO2 Utilisation Options

2017-IP01 Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures releases recommendations

2016 IP's

2016-IP56 Feasibility Study for Full Scale CCS in Norway

2016-IP55 The ICEF CO2 Utlisation Road Map

2016-IP54 US Announces New Awards of $44 Million

2016-IP53 5th Conference on CO2 as Feedstock 

2016-IP52 MiReCOL Close-Out Meeting

2016-IP51 20 Years of CCS - New IEA Report

2016-IP50 Update on business opportunities in CO2 utilisation

2016-IP49 Artic Warming Predicted to Have Catastrophic Consequences

2016-IP48 BECCS Deployment in the UK

2016-IP47 A Global Zero Carbon Roadmap

2016-IP46 IEA Medium-Term Renewable Energy Market Report 2016

2016-IP45 The Stern Report 10 years on

2016-IP44 WMO Greenhouse Gas Bulletin

2016-IP43 Waste Power CCU in Japan

2016-IP42 Latest Information on Global Methane Emissions

2016-IP41 1.5 Degrees – Meeting the Challenges of the Paris Agreement

2016-IP40 Climate Scientists say 1.5C is inevitable

2016-IP39 Will Cities Lead the Way on GHG reduction

2016-IP38 Small Nuclear Reactors

2016-IP37 Emissions from Aviation the Next Challenge

2016-IP36 Reducing the Cost of CCS

2016-IP35 London Convention meeting LC-38  LP-11 (2016)

2016-IP34 Technical lessons learned from UK CCS Commercialisation Programme 2012-2015

2016-IP33 New UK report from the Parliamentary Advisory Group on CCS

2016-IP32 US DOE 2016 Carbon Storage Meeting

2016-IP31 Chinese CO2 Emissions have peaked

2016-IP30 IPCC outlines its Plans for new Reports

2016-IP29 ETP2016 - Towards Sustainable Urban Energy Systems

2016-IP28 International report confirms 2015 Earth's hottest year on record

2016-IP27 IChemE Report Future of CCS

2016-IP26 Health and Climate Change Issues with Maritime Shipping

2016-IP25 CO2 emissions in 2015 65th BP Statistical Review

2016-IP24 World Energy Outlook 2016 Special Report Energy and Air Pollution 

2016-IP-23 New Trilateral Agreement on GHG Mitigation

2016-IP22 Leeds City Hydrogen Project

2016-IP21 Lessons Learned from UK CCS Programmes, 2008 – 2015

2016-IP19 Study Report on CCS Options in Norway Released

2016-IP18 Degassing Volcanic LakesDegassing Volcanic Lakes

2016-IP17 Bloomberg NEO 2016, Powering a Changing World

2016-IP16 First MRV plan approved by the US EPA GHG Reporting

2016-IP15 Hitting new highs and lows and Achieving Goals, news from the USA

2016-IP14 Climate Targets for Agriculture in a post COP21 World

2016-IP13 Comparing the Cost of Electricity Supply

2016-IP12 Annual Greenhouse Gas Index for 2015

2016-IP12 Annual Greenhouse Gas Index for 2015

2016-IP11 GBEP and IEA Bioenergy webinar seminar

2016-IP10 CCAC Annual Science Update 2015

2016-IP9 The Air Pollution Climate Change Conundrum.

2016-IP8 Turn Down the Heat Confronting the New Climate Normal

2016-IP7 Update on CO2 Emissions and Global Temperatures

2016-IP6 A new debate on Increases in Methane Emissions and Terrestrial Carbon Uptake

2016-IP5 PRESS RELEASE Decoupling of Global Emissions and Economic Growth Confirmed

2016-IP4 Developments in Renewable Methanol Production

2016-02 2nd International Forum on Recent Developments of CCS

2016-IP1 Impurities in the  CO2 Stream Effect on the Storage Complex & Well Materials

2015 IP's

2015-IP32; COP21 CCS Achievements and Opportunities for Developing Country Involvement

2015-IP31 Analysis - the key announcements from Day 1 at COP21

2015-IP29 Emissions Performance Standards - For or Against?

2015-IP28 HFC's Included in Montreal Protocol

2015-IP27 Pathways to Commercilisation Event

2015-IP 26 Extreme Weather and Climate Change - "The Proof if Proof was Needed"

2015-IP25 CSLF Ministerial in Riyadh

2015-IP24 INDC's and Implications for CCS

2015-IP23 Status Report on Direct Air Capture

2015-IP22 Energy Storage

2015-IP21 Report on London Convention Meeting LC-37Report on London Convention Meeting LC-37This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">

2015-IP20 Risk Management Network and Environment Research Network Combined Meeting

2015-IP19 CO2 MultiStore Optimising CO2 Storage around the UK - London Launch

2015-IP18 Impact of Other GHG's and Air Pollutants on the 20C Carbon Budget

2015-IP17 First Reports Released from UK FEED on Peterhead and White Rose Projects

2015-IP16 The IEA Position on CCS

2015-IP15 Rating Country Commitments to COP21

2015-IP14 Is a Mini Ice Age on the Way that will Stop Global Warming?

2015-IP13 ADEME's CCUS Symposium

2015-IP12 Exploring Methane Emissions with IPIECA

2015-IP11 Global Emissions of Carbon Dioxide from the Energy Sector Stalled

2015-IP10 The Earth's getting Hotter and So Does the Scientific Debate

2015-IP9 The Water/Climate Change Nexus 

2015-IP8 The Case for a Low Carbon Energy Transition in the UK

2015-IP7 IEA Industry Co-ordination Group Webinar in Heat Waste Recovery

2015-IP6 Rivers in the Sky? No, it's not Science Fiction

2015-IP5 The World of Carbon Trading As It Stands Today

2015-IP4 US Actions to Reduce Methane Emissions

2015-IP3 US and India Climate and Clean Energy Cooperation

2015-IP2 The Finance Sector Needs CCS. So is this this a new source of funding for demonstration and deployment of CCS projects?

2015-IP1 GHGT-12 Feedback and Conference Statistics

2014 IP's

2014-IP28 Orbiting Carbon Observatory

2014-IP27 The Trouble with Abandonded Wells

2014-IP26 on COP-20 and IEA paper on CCS and UNFCCC Mechanisms

2014-IP24 IEA World Outlook 2014- Executive Summary

2014-IP23 US-China Joint Announcement on Climate Change and Clean Energy Cooperation

2014-IP22 IPCC 5th Assessment Report and CCS

2014-IP21 NGO and Media response to IPCC AR5 Summary Report

2014-IP20 Communicating Climate Science

2014-IP19 Report on London Convention meeting LC-36 and LP-9

2014-IP18 IEAGHG GHGT-12 Conference

2014-IP17 Black Carbon - a double edged sword

2014-IP16 UN Climate Summit - Ban Ki-moon Final Summary

2014-IP15 3rd International Conference on Chemical Looping

2014-IP14 Guangdong Province China CCUS and Carbon Trading Initiatives

2014-IP13 Record Electricity Generation From Renewables in Germany

2014-IP11 Soil Organic Carbon Sequestration

2014-IP10 Looking Beyond Demonstration for Oxyfuel Combustion Coal Fired Power Plant

2014-IP08 The Added Benefit Greenhouse Gas Mitigation has in Reducing Air Pollution

2014-IP7 Pilot Plant Trial of Oxy-combustion as a Cement Plant

2014-IP6 Octavius 'International Workshop on Emissions from Post-Combustion CO2 Capture Process

2014-IP4 Recent Biomass Related Developments

2014-IP3 Final Report from COP-19 Warsaw 2014-IP2 Carbon capture technology could be vital for climate targets

2013 IP's

2013-IP34 Site Char Closing Conference 28th November 2013, IFP, Paris

2013-IP33 RICS Workshop 25th September 2013, London

2013-IP32 North American Wellbore Integrity Workshop

2013-IP31 Drawing Down N2O to Protect Climate and the Ozone Layer

2013-IP30 New Report on Ocean Acidification

2013-IP29 HFC's Amendment Stalled

2013-IP28 CSLF Meeting, Washington DC, 4-7 November 2013

2013-IP27 Geoengineering in the London Convention 2013

2013-IP26 CCS in the London Convention - Update from the 2013 Meeting

2013-IP25 Impact of N2O on the Greenhouse Effect and Ozone Depletion

2013-IP24 Corrosion Workshop Discussion Summary

2013-IP23 HCFC Substitution

2013-IP22 Water Intensity of Power Generation

2013-IP21 Ozone Hole and Global Warming Linked

2013-IP20 Maritime Carbon Capture and Storage

2013-IP19 Electochemically Mediated Amine Regeneration

2013-IP18 Latest Research on Geo-Engineering

2013-IP17 Planes, Trains and Automobiles

2013-IP16 Developments on EU Biofuels Policy

2013-IP15 New Report on Impacts of Climate Change from World Bank

2013-IP13 EASAC CCS Report

2013-IP12 EU Votes to Reduce HFC's

2013-IP11 BP Statistical Review of World Energy June 2013

2013-IP10 New Developments in Offshore Wind

2013-IP9 Cement Plant CO2 to DME Process

2013-IP8 US Champions Bilateral Agreements

2013-IP7 IEAGHG Impact on CCS Policy

2013-IP6 Implications of Biofuels

2013-IP5 Obstacles to International Climate Action

2013-IP4 Global Sulphur-Dioxide Emissions

2013-IP3 Word Usage

2013-IP2 Algal Biofuels

2013-IP1 Unintended Consequences of Low Carbon Policies

2012 IP's

2012-IP20 Climate and Clean Air Coalition

2012-IP19 Update on Ocean Fertilisation

2012-IP18 COP-18 Outcomes

2012-IP17 Metal Organic Frameworks

2012-IP16 Environmental Assessmnet of CO2 Storage

2012-IP15 CO2 Injection into Methane Hydrates

2012-IP14 ONS Stavanger 2012

2012-IP13 Power Generation from Saline Water

2012-IP12 Ocean Fertilisation

2012-IP11 Second Joint Network Meeting

2012-IP10 Public acceptance of Wind Energy

2012-IP9 Renewable Energy Issues 

2012-IP6 'Rio+20: The Future We Want' Conference

2012-IP4 Direct Air Capture Update

2012-IP3 UK CCS Roadmap

2012-IP2 Air Conditioning & Climate Change

 2012-IP1 Rebuttal to Zoback Paper

 

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