MNZ | Peak Cluster partnership sets out vision to unlock CCS projects, investment and growth


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MNZ | Peak Cluster partnership sets out vision to unlock CCS projects, investment and growth

Posted on: May 16th, 2024 by ccsaEditor

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CCSA Welcomes the North Sea Transition Authority’s Carbon Storage Initiative

Posted on: May 1st, 2024 by ccsaEditor

The CCSA welcomes the North Sea Transition Authority’s announcement yesterday, opening an Out-of-Round application process for a carbon storage licence in the English Channel. This move signifies a crucial step towards supporting the decarbonisation efforts not only in the south of England but also beyond.

Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) plays an indispensable role in the UK’s journey towards achieving net zero. It not only facilitates decarbonisation but also holds significant economic benefits.

The CCSA stresses the importance of continued collaboration between Industry and Government to realise the full potential of CCUS in achieving net zero emissions and driving economic growth in the UK and beyond to help deliver the CCUS vision set out by the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero.

Read more on the announcement here.

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About CCUS

CCUS, or Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage, is a key low carbon solution – vital to meeting the UK’s statutory Net Zero target at least cost. CCUS enables the production of clean power, clean products (such as steel and cement) and clean hydrogen – which can then be used to decarbonise heating and transport. In addition, CCUS also enables greenhouse gas removal from the atmosphere through Direct Air Capture with Storage (DACS) or Bioenergy with CCS (BECCS).

About the CCSA

The CCSA is the lead European association accelerating the commercial deployment of CCUS. We work with members, governments, and other organisations to ensure CCUS is developed and deployed at the pace and scale necessary to meet net zero goals and deliver sustainable growth across regions and nations.

The CCSA currently has over 100 member companies who are active in exploring and developing different applications of carbon capture, CO2 transportation by pipeline and ship, utilisation, geological storage, and other permanent storage solutions, as well as members from management, legal and financial consulting sectors.

To find out more about the CCSA please visit the CCSA website here.