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Issue 78 - Nov - Dec 2020

(Nov 01 2020)

How to navigate your way through industrial decarbonisation
Bellona’s latest interactive project aims to identify, compare and evaluate potential solutions to
accelerate industrial decarbonisation
 
Leaders - CCUS in Asia
 
Japan’s Tomakomai project - achievements and future outlook
Japan’s first large-scale CCS demonstration project continues to provide insights into
CO2 storage and a new carbon recycling facility will explore the commercial use of CO2
 
China’s policy framework to achieve net-zero emissions by 2060
President Xi Jinping has pledged to cut China’s emissions of carbon dioxide to net-zero
by 2060. What are the policy priorities in order to make this a reality and what are the
practical implication for CCUS scale up?
 
Projects and policy
 
Prometheus Unbound: could the UK learn from the U.S. CC(U)S sector?
Jared Franicevic, Counsel at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, looks at the current
state of support for CC(U)S in the UK and what might be learnt from other jurisdictions
 
EFI and Stanford Release Action Plan for CCS in California
The report provides policymakers with options for near-term actions to deploy carbon
capture and storage to meet California’s climate goals
 
The world needs to build on the growing momentum behind CCS
A major new IEA report shows CCUS can play vital roles of both reducing emissions
and removing carbon from the atmosphere
 
Technical and Commercial Progress Towards Viable CO2 Storage
A report from The Catalyst Group Resources considers the technical and commercial
feasibility of CCS and provides a timely synopsis of the major enabling factors that need
to be progressed for CCS to move forward
 
Clean Energy Ministerial releases key financing principles for CCUS
The ten simple Principles outline key tasks and activities that need to be undertaken to
help create the necessary business cases for CCUS projects
 
Europe could see $35 billion in CCS spending till 2035 - most in UK
As much as 75 million tonnes of CO2 could be captured and stored per year by 2035 a
Rystad Energy analysis shows, with the UK contributing almost 80%
 
Measurement Challenges in CCUS
Accurately measuring how much CO2 has been sequestered is crucial in any system that
seeks to monetise carbon dioxide removal. By Marc MacDonald, Project Engineer at TUV
SUD National Engineering Laboratory
 
Norway launches £2.1 billion Longship CCS project
It will see Norway invest in three major CCS projects contributing around two thirds of
the total costs to build and run them, including two capture projects and Northern
Lights, a joint transport and storage project between Equinor, Shell and Total
 
Capture and utilisation
 
CO2 as a chemical feedstock for valuable consumer products
NETL researchers such as Dominic Alfonso are using advanced computational tools to
repurpose CO2 from a waste product into chemical building blocks to manufacture fuels
 
LafargeHolcim and Carbon Clean to develop large scale CCUS plant
Carbon Clean has signed an agreement in Spain with LafargeHolcim, ECCO2 and
Sistemas de Calor to develop a large-scale carbon capture and utilisation plant
 
Transport and storage
 
Leading energy companies partner for UK North Sea carbon storage
bp, Eni, Equinor, National Grid, Shell and Total form Northern Endurance Partnership
to accelerate offshore carbon dioxide infrastructure in the UK North Sea
 
Report: 'Closing the Gap' - realising a net zero North Sea
Delivering a tech-enabled integrated net-zero energy future will cost £430 billion but
generate more han £2.5 trillion in value to the UK economy
 

 

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Issue 78 - Nov - Dec 2020

CCUS in Asia: Japan’s Tomakomai project - achievements and future outlook .. China’s policy framework to achieve ‘historic ambition’ of net-zero emissions Norway launches £2.1 billion ‘Longship’ project .. Rystad: Europe could see $35 billion in CCS.....