Monday 19 August 2019 It was a busy weekend at the Otway facility. Wireline logging operations started late Saturday night on CRC-5 and continued through to Sunday morning. This allowed us to identify the target injection zone and confirm the geological prognosis. Tuesday..
CO2CRC are sponsoring and speaking at the 5th Post Combustion Capture Conference. This is being held in Kyoto, Japan, from 17-19 September 2019. Find out more and register here. Register before 1 July to receive the early bird rate. ..
On Wednesday 1 May students from Monash University and the University of Melbourne took a day trip to CO2CRC's Otway National Research Facility. Located in south-west Victoria, the facility is one of the largest carbon dioxide storage demonstration projects in the world. The students were give..
CO2CRC's CCUS Symposium will be held from 19 – 20 November 2019 at RACV Torquay Resort, Victoria. Program and registration details to come. For now, be sure to add the date to your diary! ..
The 14th international conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, known as GHGT-14, is coming to Australia. The event, held every two years in a different country, is the main global forum to discuss the latest developments in CCS. The Melbourne Convention Centre will host the event from 22-..
At the recent Ministerial Meeting of the Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (CSLF) in Abu Dhabi, CO2CRC's Otway Stage 3 Project was formally recognised by the CSLF. The Otway Stage 3 CO2 Storage Management and Subsurface M&V Project is the third CO2CRC project to be recognised by the CSLF...
Close to 100 people attended CO2CRC's Otway National Research Facility open day on Saturday 18 November 2017. In beautiful sunny conditions they learnt about the role the facility is playing in building a low emissions future for Australia and the world through carbon capture and storage (CCS..
Curtin University researcher, Associate Professor Roman Pevzner has won the CO2CRC 2017 John Tyndall Award for Excellence in CCS Research. Professor Pevzner, science leader of the Otway Stage 2C project, received the award for pushing the boundaries of CO2 monitoring, by detecting less than 5,000..
Saturday 18 November 2017 from 10.30am – 3pm At its Otway National Research Facility CO2CRC is working to build a low emissions future for Australia and the world through carbon capture and storage (CCS). Come and find out why CCS is vital for reliable and affordable electricity for Australian..