Policy & Regulation

November 22, 2023

Carbon capture study reveals major opportunity for WA

BY Government of Western Australia The Cook Government will invest more than $4 million to establish a world-leading Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) industry in Western Australia as a new study reveals the State's enormous potential as a hub for carbon storage. READ MORE

November 22, 2023

Petroleum Association of WY launches WY Carbon Innovation Network

BY Petroleum Association of Wyoming The Petroleum Association of Wyoming has launched the Wyoming Carbon Innovation Network to support the development and growth of the carbon management industry in Wyoming, while ensuring the existing oil and natural gas industry continue to flourish. READ MORE

November 14, 2023

USDA Forest Service proposes rule to facilitate CCS permitting

BY USDA Forest Service The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service announced a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) that would allow the agency to consider proposals for potential carbon capture and sequestration projects on national forests and grasslands. READ MORE

November 06, 2023

International CCS Knowledge Centre releases new report

BY International CCS Knowledge Centre The International CCS Knowledge Centre released a new report to help companies across heavy-emitting industries understand the key federal and provincial supports that are in place or proposed for CCUS projects in Alberta, Canada. READ MORE

October 31, 2023

In Depth: CCS and the VCM: Voluntary Carbon Markets Accelerating Climate Action

BY David LaGrecaWhile the IRA has paved the way for a dramatic increase in investment in CCS solutions for heavy-emitting industries, the funding from these incentives frequently falls below the total cost to deploy these systems. READ MORE

October 31, 2023

In Depth: De-risking the well permitting process for CCUS projects

BY Michelle PittengerFactors that contribute to a successful Class VI well permit application READ MORE

October 24, 2023

CCS critical to decarbonizing Canada’s electricity grid

BY International CCS Knowledge Center The International CCS Knowledge Centre has published a review of the Government of Canada’s proposed Clean Electricity Regulations, which would limit annual carbon emission intensities to 30 tonnes of CO2 per gigawatt-hour. READ MORE

October 17, 2023

Eni and UK Government agree ‘Heads of Terms’ for CCS model

BY Eni Eni has reached an agreement in principle with the UK Government’s Department of Energy Security and Net Zero on the key terms and conditions for the economic, regulatory and governance model for the transportation and storage of CO2. READ MORE

October 17, 2023

7 Btpa of carbon capture needed to meet net zero by 2050

BY Wood Mackenzie Mhairidh Evans, head of CCUS research for Wood Mackenzie, said that urgency is needed to meet the seven billion tonnes carbon capture (Btpa) required to meet net zero goals in 2050 while speaking at Wood Mackenzie’s CCUS conference in Houston. READ MORE