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NEWSLETTER | October 2021

Global Status of CCS 2021 Report Released

The Institute released its flagship Global Status of CCS 2021 Report on October 12. The report details the remarkable growth of CCS around the world in the past 12 months. Along with the release of the report, the Institute hosted two launch events with panels of global CCS experts.


New Board Selection Panel Members

Nominations for the Institute's Board Selection Panel (BSP) Members were closed on 24 September 2021. The Institute is pleased to announce that Mr. Will Lochhead (Government of the UK) and Mr. Sean Sullivan (Government of Australia) have both been appointed to the BSP for a three-year term commencing on 1 January 2022. Please do not hesitate to contact Susan Steele, Company Secretary at, if you would like any additional information on the BSP.

Notice of Members-only Annual General Meeting

All members of the Global CCS Institute are invited to attend the 2021 Annual General Meeting to be held virtually on Wednesday 27 October 2021 at 8:00 am (AEDT) via Zoom.


Institute Unveils Global CCS Database

The Global CCS Institute released an updated database on 6 October which now tracks CCS networks as well as projects, storage and regulations around the world. First released in 2018, the CO2RE database provides reliable data, intelligence and information on CCS and its vital role in achieving global climate targets.


Australian Government Commits Significant Funding to CCS  

The Australian Government has committed $250 million to the CCUS Hubs and Technologies Program. The program will operate across two streams, providing $100 million for the design of hubs, and $150 million for the research and commercialisation of CCUS technologies and the identification of carbon storage sites.


Japan-Asia CCUS Forum to Bring Together Regional CCUS Leaders

Energy, technology and climate experts from around the world will take part in the Japan-Asia CCUS Forum on October 20 to discuss the progress and outlook for deployment of the vital technology suite across Asia.  Hosted by the Global CCS Institute and Japan CCS Co. Ltd., the Japan-Asia CCUS Forum 2021 will act as a platform to share knowledge, further develop regional expertise and strengthen the network of CCUS professionals across Asia.

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Japan-Asia CCUS Forum 2021

20 October | Webinar

CCS in Dutch Waters

26 October | Webinar



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