Month: September 2016

New CCSNet laboratories open at the University of Melbourne
New CCSNet laboratories open at the University of Melbourne 28-Sep-2016

On Wednesday 28 September CO2CRC and the University of Melbourne officially opened new carbon capture and storage laboratories at the University of Melbourne. The Minister for Education and Training, Senator the Hon. Simon Birmingham was unfortunately unable to attend the event at short no..

New facility to create safe carbon storage
New facility to create safe carbon storage 28-Sep-2016

Wednesday 28 September 2016 CO2CRC Limited and The University of Melbourne will today open new $7.56 million emissions reduction laboratories aimed at providing clean, efficient and cost-effective energy for Australia.  Carbon capture and storage enables the capture of carbon dioxide from fuel ..

CCSNet laboratory opens at Federation University, Gippsland
CCSNet laboratory opens at Federation University, Gippsland 22-Sep-2016

On Friday 16 September CO2CRC and Federation University officially opened a CCS laboratory at Federation University's Gippsland campus. The lab was opened by the Hon Darren Chester, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport and Federal Member for Gippsland. The FedUni laboratory is part of t..

New carbon capture and storage laboratory opens at Federation University’s Gippsland Campus
New carbon capture and storage laboratory opens at Federation University’s Gippsland Campus 20-Sep-2016

CO2CRC Limited and Federation University Australia will officially open a new carbon capture and storage (CCS) laboratory at Federation University Australia’s Gippsland Campus on Friday 16 September at 3pm. The Hon Darren Chester, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport and Federal Member for..

The critical role of CCS
The critical role of CCS 16-Sep-2016

An independent report looking at the role Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) could play in reducing carbon dioxide emissions in the UK has been released. Chairman of the Parliamentary Advisory Group on Carbon Capture and Storage, Lord Oxburgh, wrote to the Secretary of State for Business, Energy an..

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