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NEWSLETTER | September 2021

Register Now: The Global Status of CCS Report Launch

Sign up to receive your copy of the 2021 Global Status of CCS Report and join us on October 12 for a virtual launch event where we will highlight the key findings. Carbon capture and storage (CCS) has made significant strides around the world against a backdrop of greater climate commitments from countries and private companies. The Global Status Report documents the important milestones for CCS over the past 12 months, providing analyses of the global CCS facility pipeline, legal and regulatory issues, industrial applications and regional deployment around the world.


Countdown to COP: Moving the Needle Forward on Climate Action and Climate Technology

After a one-year postponement, COP has the potential to drive alignment on the green recovery following the pandemic. With international climate targets aiming to reach climate neutrality by 2050, climate technologies, like CCS, are increasingly becoming a much needed tool to reduce carbon emissions. Join us on Tuesday, September 28 as we discuss climate ambition, COP and how innovative technologies can support climate goals.


Brief: Including CCS Under Australia's Emissions Reduction Fund

The Australian Government is seeking to include CCS under the Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) which would provide the first financial incentive scheme for CCS-specific CO2 abatement in the Asia Pacific region. This brief  explains what the Emissions Reduction Fund is, examines how it works and explores the inclusion of CCS as a methodology.



Join Our Team

The Institute is now looking for a Country Manager to lead our strategic direction in China. The role will suit someone with deep government and policy knowledge and extensive experience in climate change and CCS. View the listing on our website for further details.



Call for BSP Nominations 2021

The Global CCS Institute has called for nominations to two vacancies on the Board Selection Panel (‘BSP’). The BSP is convened in accordance with the Company’s Constitution with the key responsibility being to consider candidates for appointment as Directors to serve on the governing Board of the Global CCS Institute. The BSP meets at the request of the Board when a Director vacancy has been determined. 

The closing date for nominations is 24 September 2021 (11.59pm Australian Eastern Standard Time). If required, elections for the BSP will be held in accordance with the Election Rules, with results announced on the Members’ Portal on 29 November 2021. Legal representatives have received a notification providing all the nomination details and further information is available to Institute Members via the Members’ Portal.



COP 26: Moving the Needle Forward on Climate Action and Climate Technology

28 September

Global Status of CCS
Report Launch

12 October