AFL great Wayne Schwass will visit Nirranda in south-west Victoria on Thursday 22 June to speak about his mental health challenges. Schwass, who was recruited from South Warrnambool, battled depression during his 15-year, 282-game league career with North Melbourne and Sydney. Sc..
CO2CRC staff attended the ABC's Q&A program on Monday 12 June 2017. Dr Max Watson, Robert Hilkes, Fiona Koelmeyer and Justine Loe had front row seats at the program's special on Australia's energy future. CO2CRC posed two questions to the panel. Max asked "The International Energy A..
Be sure to visit the CO2CRC stand at APPEA, on at Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre from 14-17 May. You'll find us near Industry Display A and Catering Station 1, where you see the CO2CRC logo below. Come and talk to us about our latest research, aimed at reducing long-term monitoring ..
During April CO2CRC welcomed more than 30 guests to its Otway Research Facility. The visitors, from the University of Melbourne, Advisian, the Global CCS Institute, Southern Rural Water, Environment Protection Agency, Earth Resources Regulation and the Department of Industry, Innovation and Scien..
Several CO2CRC staff have recently returned from the 13th Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT), held in Switzerland from 14 to 18 November 2016. The event was very successful for CO2CRC, with the highlight being a Networking Reception hosted by CO2CRC in association with UKCC..
On Saturday 5 November CO2CRC held an open day at its Otway Research Facility, located in Nirranda South, Victoria. Over 50 visitors took the opportunity to view one of world’s best carbon capture and storage research sites, despite the less than ideal weather. Guided tours of the site, incl..
On Monday 7 November CO2CRC officially opened a new carbon storage research laboratory at the Australian National University (ANU). The Minister for Education and Training, Senator the Hon. Simon Birmingham unveiled the plaque and declared "What we see here is innovative research being unde..
There was a great deal of activity at the CO2CRC Otway Research Facility on 10 and 11 October 2016, when an experimental capture platform was delivered. The $1M piece of equipment, which was manufactured to exacting specifications in Melbourne, was lowered by crane onto a strengthened concrete..
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..