OGCI has launched The CCUS Hub, a web-based platform designed to support regulators, emitters and potential hub developers interested in setting up CCUS hubs globally.
These hubs reduce costs and accelerate industrial decarbonization by creating collective CO2 transport and storage infrastructure for numerous emitters within a region.
The platform has three parts:
- The CCUS Hub Search – an interactive map tool that identifies 279 potential CCUS hubs in 56 countries, matching clusters of CO2 sources with possible storage locations and estimates of cost per tonne.
- The CCUS Hub Playbook – providing practical lessons from the people behind the most advanced CCUS hubs, searchable by theme or profile and available online and in a pdf format.
- Hubs in Action – overviews of six emerging CCUS hubs that were part of OGCI’s initial KickStarter initiative.
The CCUS Hub will be overseen by an advisory board of key partners, including BCG, the Clean Energy Ministerial-CCUS, Global CCS Institute and IEAGHG.
OGCI’s aim is for The CCUS Hub to become a place for everyone involved in setting up CCUS hubs to meet, learn and share experience.