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GHGT-15 welcomes attendees worldwide to virtual CCUS conference

After over 24 months of planning, the GHGT-15 conference began on 15 March. The conference has developed over the past 20 years to become the preeminent greenhouse gas mitigation conference. For the first time, it was to be hosted in the Middle East, with Khalifa University of Abu Dhabi our esteemed hosts. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conferen...
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Debate highlights challenges in promoting the positive nature of CCS to the general public

Following on from the recent blog about acceptance of CCUS in Japan, it was the UK's turn to discuss the public's attitude to carbon capture and stroage at the CCSA's annual CCUS 2020 conference. Presented using the event app Whova, like all conferences in these post COVID times the event was hosted virtually – but the slick presentation via s...
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Public acceptance of CCUS technologies facing challenging crossroads

At a time where CCUS has been high on the UK news agenda following the Government's publication of its green ten point plan, it's largely unclear what the UK public's understanding and acceptance of the technology is. But it's widely accepted that CCUS will be necessary to meet the UK's climate goals. The IEA noted back in September 2020 that ...
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UK Government CCS funding pledge is a welcome boost

Although the Government's first Budget since last year's election win was overshadowed by the ongoing Coronavirus situation, carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology did receive a timely £800m boost from the recently installed Chancellor, Rishi Sunak. CCS will be an important tool in helping the Government reach its net zero carbon emissions tar...
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