The Catalogue assesses CO2 storage resource sites from the perspective of commercial viability and readiness, as well as technical opportunity,
OGCI Kickstarter hub, Net Zero Teesside, has been awarded funding from the Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge fund, alongside two related industrial consortia – Zero Carbon Humber and the Northern Endurance Partnership.
OGCI’s report looks at the value and opportunities for deployment of CCUS in Saudi Arabia, as it aims to realize a circular carbon economy.
The CO2 transport and storage company Northern Lights JV DA was formally launched in Norway, as an equal partnership between three OGCI member companies – Equinor, Shell and Total.
OGCI publishes policy positions on methane regulation, CCUS, NCS, carbon value and Article 6
76 power and industrial facilities suitable for CCUS
OGCI and Stena Bulk assess the feasibility of onboard carbon capture.
The Catalogue aims to become the global repository for all future storage resource assessements.
Last month saw the official launch event of the Net Zero Teesside (NZT) CCUS project in the North East of England.
BP, Eni, Equinor, Shell and Total Energies form consortium to develop the Net Zero Teesside project and accelerate potential of UK’s first zero-carbon cluster
Net Zero Teesside to announce MoUs with 3 existing industrial partners to decarbonise local industry at the official launch event held in Middlesbrough. An extensive impact assessment on the construction phase of the project estimates an annual gross benefit of up to £450 million for the Teesside region and the support of up to 5,500 direct jobs.