European industries and energy producers sign letter calling for CCUS support

The Global CCS Institute alongside European industries and energy producers signed a letter addressed to EU Energy Ministers attending the informal meeting in Linz, Austria on September 17-18 2018.

Global CCS Institute’s Response to European Court of Auditor Special Report

A new report from the European Court of Auditors, the EU’s independent external auditor, was launched today examining past EU funding programmes established to support carbon capture and storage (CCS) and innovative renewables.

Taskforce urges UK action to deliver CCUS and clean growth opportunities

A new report to the UK Government says carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) has a key role to play in decarbonising the country and unlocking major economic, social and environmental benefits.

The Norwegian Government continues with the planning of a demonstration project for CO2 capture, transport and storage

Today, the Norwegian Government announced its revised budget and committed to continue the development of industrial CCS.  This press release has been published on Gassnova's website. Gassnova is a member of the Global CCS Institute.

New SCCS research: Paris Agreement 1.5°C climate target can be met through ‘producer pays’ certificates

Source: SCCS

Global CCS Institute and UK Government join forces to organise CCUS International Conference

There is a broad international consensus that CCUS has a vital role to play in meeting global climate ambitions. In its Clean Growth Strategy, the UK Government committed to working with international partners to find ways to bring down the costs of CCUS and accelerate its global deployment.

Paris climate change targets cannot be met without CCS: COP23

Policy parity and the rapid acceleration of carbon capture and storage (CCS) facilities are imperative to meeting Paris climate change targets, climate experts heard today.

Launching its Global Status of CCS Report: 2017 today at the 23rd Conference of the Parties (COP23) in Bonn, Global CCS CEO, Brad Page, said renewables alone would not meet international climate change targets, and expert opinion was conclusive that CCS must be part of a suite of clean technologies needed achieve below 2 degree targets.

International team wins EU funds to deliver deep decarbonisation of Europe’s industrial regions

An international partnership of science and industry has begun a far-reaching project to help transform six European industrial regions into economically robust, low-carbon centres by 2025.

The multi-partner ALIGN-CCUS project, which has won nearly €15 million funding from the European ERA-NET ACT fund, will look at different but interlinking areas of research that will support the quick and cost-effective delivery of large-scale carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS). 

New Dutch government climate mitigation goal goes further than EU targets

The new Dutch government coalition agreed on an annual €4 billion investment in climate mitigation leading to 49% emission reduction with reference to 1990 equivalent to 56 million tonnes (Mt) of CO2. Carbon capture and storage accounts for 20 Mt of the emissions reduction to be reached by 2030.


Summit Power has released a new study showing that an East Coast Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) network could boost the UK economy by an estimated £160 billion between now and 2060. The report provides the first, quantified societal cost benefit analysis of a UK network of CCS investments and finds that the benefits of the scheme could outweigh costs by as much as £129 billion.