Global Ccs Institute To Release Report On Status Of Carbon Capture And Storage

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27th October 2009, 02:00pm - Views: 575







Global CCS Institute to release report on the global status of

Carbon Capture and Storage Projects


Tuesday, 27th October 2009


Canberra, Australia: The Global Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Institute’s CEO

Nick Otter will tomorrow release what is the most comprehensive review and analysis of

the world’s current CCS projects as part of the body’s efforts to help bring CCS

technology to commercial-scale readiness.


The report titled ‘Strategic Analysis of the Global Status of Carbon Capture and Storage’

was commissioned by the Global CCS Institute to advance the understanding of the

status of CCS projects, the costs involved, the status of supporting policy initiatives, the

research and developments efforts being pursued, and the gaps and barriers to

deployment at scale. 


Media Event Details


When:


11.15am for 11.30am AEST - Wednesday 28 October

Where: 

Level 2, 64 Allara Street, Canberra




Teleconference facilities available for interstate/international media

What:

Nick Otter, CEO - Global CCS Institute to present report, its findings, and

take questions from the media



For further information please contact:

Claire Ginn

Communications & Media

Global CCS Institute

P +61 2 6175 5311

E Claire.ginn@globalccsinstitute.com  



About the Global CCS Institute:


The Global CCS Institute is an initiative to accelerate the worldwide commercial

deployment of at-scale CCS, whereby CO2 is captured, transported and then

injected deep underground for secure, long-term storage. 


The Global CCS Institute has unprecedented international support, with more than 20

national governments and over 120 leading corporations, non-government bodies

and research organisations signed on as Members or Collaborating Participants.






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