14.09.2020

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IEAGHG Information Paper (2020): CCUS in the EU Recovery Plan

"This €750 billion package – along with a revamped work programme for 2021-2027 totalling €1.1 trillion – pledges to keep the allocated spending on climate mitigation at 25%. Could this new recovery plan help to facilitate the large-scale deployment of CCS to reach our climate mitigation goals?"

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14.09.2020

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IEAGHG Technical Report (2020): Review of Constructability and Operational Challenges faced by CCUS Projects

IEAGHG Technical Report (2020): Review of Constructability and Operational Challenges faced by CCUS Projects. IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme.

"This study covers a new area and aims to serve as a guidance for future projects. IEAGHG will continue monitoring the constructability and operability aspects of large scale CCUS projects in the next years."

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06.09.2020

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IEAGHG: Blog post: US DOE-NETL's 2020 Integrated Project Review Meeting (Virtual)

'[Steve Winberg, Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy] talked of the impressive CCUS project portfolio being based on good collaboration between industry, universities and national labs. Looking forwards, he anticipated more R&D into direct air capture (DAC), and hydrogen from coal and natural gas, wanting to "jump-start the hydrogen economy with CCUS".'

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22.08.2020

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Gasworld: CCSA applauds Government support for CCUS

"The Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA), a trade body for the Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) industry in the UK, has welcomed the Government’s publication of its response to the CCUS Business Models consultation."

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22.08.2020

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Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (2020): Carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) deployment at dispersed sites

Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (2020): Carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) deployment at dispersed sites. Published 17 August 2020, London.

"This report identifies and assesses a range of high-level deployment options for industrial carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) technology located in non-clustered ‘dispersed’ sites that are isolated from potential carbon dioxide transport infrastructure in the UK."

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06.08.2020

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Gasworld: NERA and CO2CRC partner on CCUS study

"National Energy Resources Australia (NERA) and CO2CRC have joined forces on a new carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) study that will assist the nation’s energy sector to reduce its CO2 emissions."

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05.08.2020

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IEEFA: Mothballing of Petra Nova carbon capture project shows likely fate of other coal-fired CCS initiatives

"A research brief published today by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) concludes that the abrupt recent shutdown of the Petra Nova coal-fired carbon capture plant in Texas should be seen as a strong signal for investors to avoid such projects."

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05.08.2020

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Axios: Cheap oil shelves carbon capture project

"A Texas carbon capture project hailed as a key solution to climate change has been "mothballed" over low oil prices, E&E News reported on Tuesday evening."

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03.08.2020

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IPCC: Energy is at the heart of the solution to the climate challenge

 

"Our climate challenge is a shared global challenge – and it is largely an energy challenge. Energy accounts for over two-thirds of global greenhouse gas emissions. This means energy must be at the heart of any solution."

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03.08.2020

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Public Policy Forum (2020): Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage — The Time is Now

Public Policy Forum (2020): Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage — The Time is Now.

"This paper reflects a strong consensus within the Energy Future Forum that any achievable pathway to national climate and economic objectives must include a significant contribution from carbon capture technologies and from utilization and storage. In any post-COVID, “green stimulus” planning, support for CCUS expansion is even more pivotal than before."

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