The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative has updated the CCUS Hub Playbook, a step-by-step guide for regulators, emitters, and carbon transport and storage operators who want to build on the experience of carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) hubs already in advanced development.
A consortium of global shipping organizations and OGCI have received approval in principle from the American Bureau of Shipping to use a carbon capture system onboard an oil tanker.
The Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation, OGCI and Stena Bulk initiated the first stage of a project to demonstrate shipboard carbon capture at scale.
The study analyzes the potential for new mechanisms to incentivize the geological storage of carbon dioxide through international cooperation in the context of Article 6 of the Paris Agreement.
White Paper study shows that CCUS deployment in GCC countries could unlock significant economic potential in the region
The study explores the potential of CCUS as a cost-effective decarbonization solution for GCC countries.
The web-based platform is designed to support regulators, emitters and potential hub developers interested in setting up CCUS hubs globally.
A feasibility study conducted by OGCI and Stena Bulk has found that mobile carbon capture in shipping is technically feasible and has a long-term role to play in meeting the industry’s decarbonization targets.
OGCI CI’s first investment, Net Zero Teesside, selected as one of the UK’s first two carbon capture and storage hubs
The East Coast Cluster, including Net Zero Teesside, is led by bp with a consortium of OGCI member companies.
The report looks at the value and opportunities for deployment of CCUS, as China works towards carbon neutrality by 2060.
The Catalogue assesses CO2 storage resource sites from the perspective of commercial viability and readiness, as well as technical opportunity,